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Liverpool City Region wants 25 per cent rise in bus mileage

Buses

Andrew Forster
02 August 2019
24-hour bus services and a single brand are also on the combined authority’s agenda
24-hour bus services and a single brand are also on the combined authority’s agenda

 

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority wants to increase bus mileage by 25 per cent as part of a new bus strategy.

The CA’s ‘vision for bus’ proposes 24-hour operations on core bus routes and operations from 0500 to 0000 on all others. All routes should have a minimum frequency of one bus per hour  between 0500 and 0000. Other proposals include: zonal fares; fare capping for contactless ticketing; bus fare rises pegged to inflation; a single brand for the network;...

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