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Janine

The thing is, as a frequent (2 times a day, 5 day a week user) of the current service, I'm not concerned with what you consider the greater achievements. I'm concerned that I will no longer have a usable service. I may be within a small minority of people for who the new bus service won't work at all, but why would you consider it acceptable to remove a very workable service and replace it with nothing for anyone? (And yes, I'm sure you think what you've proposed is "something", but it's so unreasonable as to be ludicrous.) I enjoy taking the bus. I don't want to have to take my car. But that's what I'll have to do if your proposal stands as is. FYI I am on the 22 route, to be replaced by the 29 route.

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