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  • Brits are public transport snobs
  • Brits are public transport snobs
    Leo Hidalgo (2016) ©
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Brits are public transport snobs

Getting the bus isn't so bad, is it? Actually, Brits beg to differ. According to a new study, they're a nation of public transport snobs – 87% wouldn’t switch to the bus, even if it was made free of charge. Because environmental benefits aside, public transport is neither convenient or cost-effective enough.

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