Outer East (Melbourne) Branch Convenor
Jeremy Lunn grew up in Box Hill, living there for over 22 years. In that time he has become more than familiar with the public transport woes in Melbourne’s east, prompting him to join the PTUA in 2002.
He has been involved with the Outer East branch of the PTUA since its inception and more recently became the convenor. As such, he is dedicated to ensuring that public transport problems in the east are addressed, including the construction of Rowville and Doncaster East railway lines, and the widespread rollout of “SmartBus” to provide frequent bus services throughout the eastern suburbs.
Currently he commutes along the Alamein line. He also enjoys cycling to keep fit.