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Rail passengers facing £20 fines if they don't get a ticket BEFORE they travel

Train operator Northern is warning passengers of new system

Thursday, 07 December 2017

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  • New rural bus routes on their way to better city linksNew bus routes starting in Lancashire next week will see public transport restored to a number of villages, and more frequent services making travel much easier on other routes
  • Campaigners: 'Northamptonshire bus subsidy cuts will leave us stranded'As part of stringent cost-cutting measures to save Northamptonshire County Council £9.6m, the local authority has announced it will review all of it’s non-statutory services, including bus subsidies, meaning some villagers might have their one and only vital bus route to doctors surgeries, schools and loved ones disconnected.

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  • Locals call for a fare bus service A packed public meeting was held last week in Pathhead to discuss council proposals to remove a subsidy for a “vital” local transport link....

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