A second point of modesty: opting for exclusive busways
rather than rapid rail on three of the five major new transit corridors.
He used his sat-nav, which took him on the guided busway
but he admits he shouldn't have been driving.
Alternatively, the city council could be asked to fund construction of the project and to manage and fund the busway
He argued that, if a guided busway
were available, the bus network's superior reliability and competitive journey times into city centres would encourage more commuters to catch the bus instead of driving, which would relieve pressure on the M4 and other roads.
Is there an alternative to the busway
scheme which could benefit Chester?
Last September an eight-mile guided busway
, which cost PS91m, opened between Luton and Dunstable.
Ann Jones of the Council for the Preservation of Rural England said: ``A doublewidth busway
carrying 180 buses per day would completely destroy the existing cycleway and walkway, which has become such a popular and pleasant place.
: Since launching in 2006, this 7km line, which serves 15 stations and has a three-minute frequency, has been an overwhelming success.
will be a dedicated route which buses can use from park and ride centres on the outskirts of Swansea.
The crash happened at the junction of Southwood Avenue and a busway
in Windmill Hill.
Proposals for the new 3.2km guided busway
, known as the Chester Deeside Transport System (CDTS), were approved by Planning Minister Lord Falconer yesterday.