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December 30, 2018 6 min

Buses are the most commonly used form of public transport in the UK with some 4,941 million journeys made in 2016/17. Despite this, cuts continue to happen across the country.  This is a problem for society.  In this episode we take a look at the implications this has on people's lives, their health and social inclusion.  We also look at how technology is help fill in the gaps for closed bus routes. You can find out more about all things Road XS at www.roadxs.com

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