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April 14, 2011 10:14 AM

Swansea West Lib Dem Candidate Councillor Rob Speht has welcomed proposals for more accessible public transport. The plans include rationalising the number of organisations with responsiblity for transport. All of the local transport authorities shuld be transferred to Joint Transport Authorities which are represented by 2 or 3 neighbouring councils. Also, to look at the feasibility of a Wales wide Oyster card, working with train and bus operators, so that people can travel around Wales seamlessly.

Councillor Speht said: "The Labour Assembly never really haf accessible public Transport as a priority. It's time this changed. There needs to be more joined up thinking for the benefit of passengers. A single ticket is the norm elsewhere and it is about time we caught up."