A complete overhaul of the way the council funds public transport is also being announced, which would see an extra £1.4 million budget reduction. This would see the end of subsidising unprofitable bus routes while investment would be made in new public transport solutions, which would be targeted at communities to provide more tailored public transport.
So maybe buy a bike?
from "Ferry Interesting, but Stoopid" (read again)
From "The Numbers Game" (read again)
The buses were reported as Metroriders bought second hand from Northern, who, in turn, had obtained them from Greater Manchester. Maybe like one of these?
STOP PRESS : Received at 1730 on Monday 7th February, just hours before publishing this blog, a picture of a Bus Zero taken at Central Bus Station (sorry, the Interchange) in 1998. Thank you very, very much to Richard Turner for letting me publish his rarity.
But service number "000" is surely lower than "0"? In any case, Bus Zero does not appear to show any route number in the destination blind space - so it doesn't really count.
From "The Incredible Shrinking Ferry" (read again)
fbb is reminded that the Clyde Tunnel at Whiteinch itself replaced passenger and vehicle ferries; herewith a 1955 picture of the passenger vessel.