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Regular news: Issue 559 26 Nov 2010

Norfolk views bigger role for DRT and plans end to P&R subsidies

Norfolk County Council is proposing to replace subsidised rural bus services outside its main inter-urban routes with demand responsive transport (DRT).

The measure is one of a number of proposals in the county council’s ‘Big Conversation’ consultation on how the authority can plug a predicted £155m budget gap over three years.

Norfolk is also seeking to remove the £2.2m annual subsidy for park-and-ride services and to spend significantly less on highways...

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