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Old 13-12-2006, 05:35 PM
Actin The Sham Actin The Sham is offline
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I feel like clapping after reading that.

Why?
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Old 13-12-2006, 05:39 PM
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Can the City and County Councils not come up with an intergrated transport plan?
All this talk of new lines, new stations - there's only been one new bus route in Cork in the last 20 years afaik - the orbtial - and how long did it take to get that sorted.

Major parts of the conurbation are classed as rpovincial bus services. WTF?

And is it right that all bus passes start on a Monday or something? That if you buy a weekly ticket on say a Wednesday, it only lasts til the Sunday and you have to pay full price.

The greater Cork population is what - 300,000? And you can't buy daily bus, train or intergrated tickets?

Mockery.

FFS.
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