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Regular news: Issue 605 14 Sep 2012

Baker sees fruits of DfT’s bus and cycle spend in Nottingham

Transport minister Norman Baker visited Nottingham last week to witness two new transport initiatives delivered with the help of DfT cash.

Electric buses have been introduced on the ten-minute frequency Centrelink service connecting the Broadmarsh and Victoria Centre bus stations via Market Square.

Eight of the Optare Solo vehicles, each costing £208,000, are being delivered, with four for use on Centrelink services and the others on the free Medilink service serving the City Hospital....

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