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Concerns on bendy buses being listened to

Wed, 13 Mar 2013

Good progress is being made in determining if bendy buses are suitable for the Island’s roads.

That’s according to Brendan O’Friel who is acting as the independent assessor during a month long trial of the articulated vehicles.

The trial, which is due to come to an end next week, is looking at a number of issues including reliability and safety.

If the buses were introduced they would be used on school routes, saving the Department of Community, Culture and Leisure more than £3 million.

Mr O’Friel, who is the chairman of passenger watchdog TravelWatch, says the public’s concerns are being listened to:



  • Brendan O'Friel

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