Durham County Council asks for help to cut bus services


Bus passengers in County Durham are being asked to choose which services they can cope without.

Durham County Council pays out £4.5m on services each year and wants to reduce spending by more than £1m.

The money is spent on securing services which would not be commercially viable for operators without council support.

County Councillor Neil Foster said: "We are asking people to let us know which bus services they think they could best cope without."

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