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If we are to improve the effectiveness of our public transport systems we must ensure that people want to use it; a new report suggests that satisfaction is derived from the driver.

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  • Bus satisfaction is determined by the driver, says new reportIf we are to improve the effectiveness of our public transport systems we must ensure that people want to use it; a new report suggests that satisfaction is derived from the driver.
  • Controversial plans for the Great Baddow bus gate have been scrappedPlans for a controversial Chelmsford bus gate have been scrapped in light of serious damage to the Army and Navy flyover. Essex County Council's Baddow Bus Gate proposal, which would have stopped cars travelling westbound between Meadgate Avenue and the Army and Navy roundabout, had been heralded as a solution to congestion on the roundabout.

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