Monday, 30 December 2013

The state of public transport in Wales

Here's a short and interesting transport article from Planet magazine. Extract:
"Wales’ decrepit public transport system is a natural result of our decades-long love affair with the private car. Since the Beeching axe decimated Wales’ rail network, transport policy has operated on the assumption that most of us drive. The predictable result is that large swathes of the population are cut off, in rural areas especially; transport poverty soars; public health deteriorates; local ecosystems suffer; and millions of tailpipes pump carbon."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for pointing me to this article. It was a good read. it is very difficult to travel around Wales by public transport and we have to go into england by train just to get to Cardiff. that must be wrong.