Tube Strike (Was: [ANNOUNCE] [SOCIAL] Social at Dirty Dicks, Thursday 6th September)
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Mon Sep 3 18:01:31 BST 2007
On Mon, Sep 03, 2007 at 05:28:51PM +0100,
the following was promulgated by Peter Corlett:
> On Mon, Sep 03, 2007 at 01:00:55PM +0000, Tony Kennick wrote:
> > I feel that I have to point out that even in the normal state of chaos and
> > possible even during the strikes that London has a wildly better public
> > transport infrastructure than any other city in the country.
> Without the Tube, London's public transport is no better than, say,
> Birmingham, Leeds or Manchester.
I'm not 100% sure we can discount the tube, but if you insist. Nowhere
else is allowed to have any kind of fare control, to the best of my
knowledge no other city has a comprehensive all night bus system running
using the same price structure as during the day. And certainly no other
city has as many restrictions on car usage as an aid to bus and taxi passage
or an as well regulated licenced taxi system.
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