Bus service is just shocking.IN RECENT years, many complaints have been made about the poor level of bus service in Liverpool Liverpool, city (1991 pop. 448,300), NW England, on the Mersey River near its mouth. It is one of Britain's largest cities. A large center for food processing (especially flour and sugar), Liverpool has a variety of industries, including the manufacture of electrical , in particular that between the city centre and Speke Speke , John Hanning 1827-1864.
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A prime example is the evening 82 service from the city centre to Speke.
Often by the third stop out, the bus will be completely full. Occasionally, there is not even standing room, with the result that the bus will go straight past stops, where people are waiting.
Arriva''s answer to this, is to miss out timetabled buses, and to replace double-deckers with single deckers.
The efforts of Merseytravel, local authorities, and others to encourage people to use public transport are futile with such a poor level of provision is in operation.
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The bus service between Liverpool and Speke has been the subject of criticism in recent weeks