Thursday, 22 September 2011

British Party, Public Transport

Electric Traction on Public Transport
Britain should place priority in offering Public transport using electric traction, with trains and buses designed and built in British factories. The use of diesel engines on public means of transport would be gradually replaced, and fares for trains and buses would be significantly reduced to encourage people to make use of clean transport.

State Funding for Public Transport
A basic part of the cost of public transport would be supplied monthly from the budget to cover a part of the expenses of service providers, to enable them to maintain low fares for the public.

A transport contribution, or tax, would be calculated according to personal income, so that higher incomes contribute a higher amount.

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