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Life without buses

By johnboy - 25 June 2010 65

So today, thanks to the fight between ACTION management and their militant drivers, we get a taste of what life would be like if the ACT didn’t spend millions on public transport.

How does your life today compare with other days?

What’s Your opinion?


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Thoroughly Smashed 12:45 pm 08 Jul 10

pete74au said :

Less Buses, the more car traffic there is on the roads, and all the effects that brings with it.

FIFY.

pete74au 11:38 am 08 Jul 10

Less Buses, the faster the traffic moves, the lower the impact on roads and the lower the particulate pollution. I wonder how much we saved in the $60M+ subsidy we give Action, coupled with was the air any more poluted with the addition transport – personally I doubt it.

p1 8:21 pm 29 Jun 10

For reference, this website is the only place where I saw notification of this strike.

Back when I was at ANU I normally rode in, catching a bus only when rain, broken bike or other reasons made them a preference. In such a case a wouldn’t have seen any signs.

Mark 5:22 pm 29 Jun 10

No difference. To me Canberra will always be a car city.

Hells_Bells74 10:06 am 27 Jun 10

Yesterday? I skipped a day.. nice!

I see reading through I wasn’t the only one enjoying the peace.

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