Using public transport usually means a walk or bike ride to/from your bus stop and final destination, so going by bus is a great way of getting some exercise.
Travelling by bus helps to relieve congestion by reducing the number of private vehicles on our roads.
Taking the bus is great for the environment, for every kilometre that you would have travelled in a private vehicle you’ll be saving 180 grams of CO2.
It’s a good opportunity to sit back, relax, enjoy the views, read your book, chat to other passengers or catch up on your social media accounts.
23 July 2019
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