Creating 'fare-free' mass transit systems in all UK boroughs

Posted on 03-12-19 by Saffy Number of votes: 0 | Number of comments: 0

I propose that a future Labour government investigate the 'fare-free' mass transit policies (i.e. for buses/trains/trams) of countries like France & Estonia (as well as the 'Roosevelt Institute' unlimited rail/bus card policy?) to serve as a potential model for a Labour plan to allow all UK local governments to introduce 'fare-free' public mass transit system (as part of Labour's wider plans to introduce a UBS system? Which includes 'unlimited public bus user' scheme?) in their borough by 2030.

Referring to: Housing, Local Government and Transport

The Housing, Local Government and Transport Policy Commission develops Labour policy concerning local government and devolution, housebuilding and the housing sector, and Britain’s transport infrastructure and services.

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