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queen street junctionIt's not often that car drivers pay much attention to what's happening with public transport, but those who access the city centre via Queen Street can't fail to have noticed the distribution of bus-stops.

Several bus routes now have their terminus on the south corner of King Street and Queen Street. Cyclists and drivers coming out of Queen Street complain that they just can't see if the road is clear, because there are always buses waiting at the stop.

There aren't any good places on King Street to keep buses permanently parked, but this has to be a particularly difficult spot - 40 yards south would have to be an improvement.

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DID YOU KNOW?
Two out of three journeys by public transport are made by bus.

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