RHODRI CLARK returned to the constituency of Wales’s transport minister on 12 July to see how local bus stops have fared since he surveyed them last year and was less than impressed by his findings

The bus stop outside Ruabon railway station has a new wooden shelter but no new flag to persuade people that – contrary to Transport for Wales’s information – it is still a calling point for two bus services, both funded by the Welsh Government.

In June 2018, I surveyed 11 bus stops in Ruabon and Chirk – in the constituency of Welsh transport minister Ken Skates – and found the timetable poster cases empty or displaying out of date and misleading information. In July this year, the main difference at most stops was that the 2014 timetable posters were now a year older.

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