Glimmer of hope for campaigners as £2m bus cuts decision is ‘called in’

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Bus passengers across rural North Yorkshire have been thrown a glimmer of hope after it was revealed that the decision to slash £2 million from spending on bus subsidies will be reviewed.

Members of North Yorkshire County Council’s executive made the decision to axe or reduce 150 services at its meeting on Tuesday last week.

The move would save the authority £2 million from the £4.4 million it annually spends on bus subsidies.


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