Transport written question – answered on 24th October 2006.
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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what representations he has received on the protection of passengers and staff from violence on buses.
The Department for Transport regularly receives correspondence from MPs and the public on a range of bus issues including issues around the safety and security of bus passengers.
Yes1 person thinks so
No7 people think not
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Posted on 25 Oct 2006 6:28 pm (Report this annotation)
And does what with it?
Posted on 25 Oct 2006 6:32 pm (Report this annotation)
How many? 2 a month? 20 a month? 200 a month? How many of those are concerning safety? 1? 10?
Sorry, but that response falls far short of answering the question.
Posted on 25 Oct 2006 9:39 pm (Report this annotation)
what a lousy answer, you can almost hear the groans in the house.
What is being done?
Has anyone undertaken a full cost analysis of unimagined impact of removing bus conductors?
Maybe their re-introduction should be considered?
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