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In brief: Issue 537 22 Jan 2010

Barnsley see 'significant increase' in young people bus journeys

Almost three-quarters (72%) of young people in Barnsley have acquired one of the council’s ‘Mi Card’ which entitles them to free off-peak bus travel (09.00–21.00 Monday-Friday and all day at weekends), according to South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive. In April last year Barnsley became the first council outside London to offer free travel to under 18s (LTT 13 Feb 09). The PTE says the policy has led to a “significant increase” in young...

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