Bus use down

The latest quarterly figures on bus use have been released by the DfT and show a fall in passenger numbers across England, Wales and Scotland.

The latest figures from the DfT, comparing bus passenger journeys between April/June in 2016, and April/June 2017, show journey numbers down across the UK.

In England, bus journeys outside London fell by 2.4% taking them to 543million while in London, they were down by 0.7% to 560million. In Scotland and Wales numbers fell by 2% and 1.9% respectively for the same period with 98million journeys made in Scotland and 25million in Wales.

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