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Why are bus lanes enforced?

Question:
Why are bus lanes enforced?
Answer:

We enforce bus lanes to make sure that the benefits of their use are gained. These include:

  • Increased bus service reliability;
  • Improved bus passenger journey times;
  • Encouraging the use of sustainable public transport, further reducing congestion and pollution on our roads.

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