Unite the Union has criticised plans for on-demand buses via a smartphone app

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Unite the Union, has criticised plans for on-demand buses via a smartphone app saying that they will create a “two-tier” system as passengers who do not own a smartphone will be excluded from the service. The government scheme will be published next month but details seen by the Mirror suggest that fares could double

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