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Deliberate run down of our Public Transport System by this 'Government' a thundering disgrace!
dublin | consumer issues | news report Tuesday March 01, 2005 09:38 by Paul Kinsella - CPSU An Post Branch Committee paulkinsella53 at yahoo dot com 53 Lorcan Grove, Santry, Dublin 9, Eire 085-1478100
I was absolutely outraged and appalled, but not at all surprised given this 'Government's' track record that they have refused to give Dublin Bus the 150 extra buses for 2004 and 2005 that they were promised by this 'Government' under the National Development Plan (NDP) and that they, and indeed the Greater Dublin Area in general need urgently, until they have opened up the bus transport market to competition and the privatisation of routes to their rich friends, with the embarassing and humiliating position where Dublin Bus have had to actually beg for More Quality Bus Corridors (QBCs) Not to be opened until they get their 150 extra buses as promised! One other side effect from this nasty, petty and vindictive move by this 'Government' is that our eldery and disabled will have to wait even longer to have the whole bus fleet fully wheelchair accessible.
This is an absolute scandal and we the general public must do something about this ASAP! At the very least we should flood Ministers, TDs, Councillors and Senators, especially those of the current Government Parties with phone calls, faxes, emails and letters protesting in the strongest manner possible about this deliberate run down of our Public Transport System. Bombard them and make their life hell till they back down and give Dublin Bus the 150 extra buses that they need straightaway! Indeed instead of flogging off existing Dublin Bus as planned why not properly invest in Dublin Bus and make our Public Transport System the envy of Europe, which it certainly has the potential to be. Certainly the workforce and management of Dublin Bus won't be found wanting in this regard.