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In light of future public spending on public transport, a survey was designed to study public attitudes towards bus and rail systems, the trust invested in their infrastructure, and the perceptions regarding value added by the amenity to real estate. A sample of N=396 respondents from the Lower Hutt and Eastbourne areas of Wellington, New Zealand were divided into three groups; Waterloo, a high public transport access area for the collection attitude data; The two remaining areasdoi:10.26021/9117 fatcat:mbur4e6zlbbjnaunmt5fwhefja