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Rail connections... or the lack of them

In rural areas, coordinating bus and train services is especially important because low service frequencies can otherwise result in long waits. Local authorities in such areas are aware of this, so it is perhaps surprising that neither Snowdon Sherpa nor Gower Explorer have formal connections with the rail network at stations such as Bangor, Swansea and Gowerton. Will local authorities making use of future new powers be so focused on the bus networks in their hands that the interface with other...

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