Rural bus service covering three Welsh counties ending due to Labour cuts
Commenting on the news that thousands of people in West Wales could struggle to attend doctors’ appointments, go shopping or get to work when a rural bus service ends this month, Welsh
Yet once again in Wales, Labour pushes their anti-worker, anti-growth and anti-Welsh policies punishing people just trying to get from A to B.”
Conservative Shadow Transport Minister, Natasha Asghar MS said:
“Labour continue to cut bus services up and down Wales, leaving many people stranded and abandoned in their own communities. It makes no sense for the Labour Government to introduce anti-motorist policies like a ban on road building and blanket 20mph speed limits without introducing viable alternatives.
“The Bwcabus service is vital for elderly and vulnerable people in the area, who will now struggle to go about their daily lives. Despite being eligible for a bus pass many residents won’t have a bus service to use, which is incredibly unfair.
“Other parts of the UK are benefitting from support from the UK Conservative Government with the £2 fare cap. Yet once again in Wales Labour push their anti-worker, anti-growth and anti-Welsh policies punishing people just trying to get from A to B.”