One of the easiest ways of getting from A to B while you're living in real estate in Carnegie is to take public transport, but you might not always find the experience a pleasurable one.
Public Transport Victoria is hoping to change that through the launch of a new initiative designed to make sure everyone feels comfortable while using the state's buses, trams and trains.
The group has identified four different characters and they've all been created to show you how making just one little change can make a big difference to everyone's journey.
Minister for public transport Terry Mulder explained: "The four characters representing different types of behaviour are the Mover-overer, the Floor Bagger, the Quiet Talker and the Door Clearer.
"It's a friendly reminder to be mindful of your fellow passengers and put your bag on the floor, move over to the next seat, clear the doorway and speak quietly."
So how did Public Transport Victoria come up with this scheme? Feedback from customers and transport operators was put together to find out what people complained about most – and these were the findings.
If you have your sights set on moving to Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs, speak to Matt Hurlston at Ray White Carnegie.