Labour must do more for bus sector

Labour must do more for bus sector

Commenting on the release of the statement from the Climate Change Minister, Welsh Conservative Shadow Transport Minister, Natasha Asghar MS said:

“Whilst the token amount offered by the Labour Government is welcome. Unfortunately, it is not enough to help the struggling sector. If Labour hadn’t sent £155m back to London, there would have been more than enough funding available to support our buses.

“Labour give with one hand and take away with the other by continuing to cut bus services up and down Wales, leaving many people stranded and abandoned in their own communities.

“This is all whilst bus fares in Wales have increased by 6.3%, but outside of London in England, they’ve gone down by 7.4%. Other parts of the UK are benefitting from support from the UK Conservative Government with the £2 fare cap.”

Members of the Cardiff Capital Region Transport Authority

Stagecoach South Wales

#Aberdare. With apologies, due to internal issues unfortunately the following service’s 14, Aberdare to Glynhafod will not operate today: 12:10, 12:55, 13:40, 14:25, 15:10 & 15:55. Also the return journeys from Glynhafod to Aberdare: 12:30, 13:15, 14:00, 14:45, 15:30 and 16:15.

#Aberdare – We’re sorry to say that service 172 at 07:00 from Bridgend will not run & will be cancelled on our app as there’s no available driver. We hope to return to normal service as soon as possible, keep an eye out on our feed.

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