The figures show that average bus fares are set to be 53 per cent higher in real terms in 2022 than they were in 2010.
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn visited Derbyshire on Thursday 31 January to discuss cuts to services but was forced to change his travel plans last minute as the bus he was due to take failed to arrive on time. Speaking ahead of the visit he said: ‘Passengers now face a toxic mix of rising fares, cuts to services and reduced access…for too long the bus industry has put profit for a few before millions of passengers.’
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