Adventures in the Busless City

Public Transport in British Cities is dominated by the single-entrance double deck bus operated by private companies who have almost complete autonomy to set fares, routes and stopping places. British Cities typically have less in the way of fixed transit systems than comparable European (or sometimes even North American) cities, and city Transport Authorities have little control over the way their bus networks operate (although the Bus Services Bill going through Parliament at the moment may change this) On 13 June 2016, drivers at the local bus operator in Leeds, First Leeds, went out on strike. First Leeds is the … Continue reading Adventures in the Busless City