Dave Hill's London blog in the Guardian looks at the proposal by potential Labour mayoral candidate Christian Wolmar for a bus ticket valid over multiple journeys for an hour - and points out that this has been a long-standing policy of Caroline Pidgeon and the London Assembly Liberal Democrats:
The one-hour London bus ticket has, in fact, been a prominent proposal of the capital’s Liberal Democrats for at least six years. It was included in Brian Paddick’s mayoral manifesto in 2012 and has been conspicuously campaigned for since 2009 by Caroline Pidgeon...
It has become a bit of a signature suggestion, raised with the mayor by Pidgeon and recommended as a possible targeted fare cut in a 2013 report by the Assembly’s cross-party transport committee, which Pidgeon is a senior member of.
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