11 Oct '17, 5pm

@reading_buses

Services in Caversham have long under-performed and, despite changes in recent years to try and address this, various increases in costs such as fuel and insurances, alongside other wider cost pressures, means that we are no longer able to maintain these services in their current format. In the last full year the services operated at a substantial loss, which means that improvements made in other parts of the network are swallowed up to support these services, which limits our potential reinvestment. Furthermore, there has been a substantial increase in the number of buses operated each hour in this area due to the competition between other operators which has led to some customers, especially concessionary pass holders, migrating from our services.

Full article: http://www.reading-buses.co.uk/articles/consultation-on-c...

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