Council savings in Wales force subsidised bus cuts
Nearly 100 subsidised bus routes have been scrapped by councils in Wales in the past three years, with further cuts expected as authorities make savings.
The figures obtained by BBC Wales reveal that nearly one in seven routes across 19 council areas have been axed.
The charity Age Cymru warned of the impact this could have on older people saying they could become increasingly isolated and cut off from services.
The Welsh government said it was reviewing ways of funding services.
Matthew Richards reports.
20 Feb 2014
- From the section Wales