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Environment defends problems with current bus timetables

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PROBLEMS with the current bus timetable are largely a result of 'incremental creep', where services have been added year-on-year, Environment has said.

PROBLEMS with the current bus timetable are largely a result of 'incremental creep', where services have been added year-on-year, Environment has said.

But the department defended the extra routes and extra frequencies slotted into the existing timetable, saying it was forced by a States decision incrementally to increase the service.

Environment said the increases – from 2006/7 onwards – were added successfully until problems arose last summer when a number of buses broke down and were taken off the road at the same time.

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