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Regular news: Issue 595 27 Apr 2012

London battle focuses on costs to public of public transport use

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has promised to “bear down on fares” after the Conservative party was left isolated in not pledging to reduce the cost of using public transport in the capital.

The Liberal Democrats’ manifesto has unveiled promising targeted fare cuts to help lower-income travellers. The package includes ‘Early Bird’ discounts for Tube journeys before 7.30am; a one-hour bus ticket to reduce the cost of journeys that require changing; and a...

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