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Posted on 6 Dec 2006 11:47 am
In a scenario where you ban all cars, forcing people to use public transport, you could claim you've increased people using buses and trains. However, I wouldn't say you've done it the right way, regardless on whether you delivered another promise.
These "more people" travelling on the trains specified above are clearly paying well over the odds. At those price differences, I think it's very clear that the vast majority of tourists would go abroad, taking their money elsewhere. The knock on effect is clear.
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