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Poll: Do you plan to use public transport more in 2014?

Minister of State Alan Kelly wants to see five million extra customers using public transport in 2014. Will you be one of them?

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MINISTER OF STATE Alan Kelly has told that his department will target five million extra public transport passengers in 2014.

The junior minister said that those on higher incomes are not that likely to use public transport and the plan is to improve the passenger experience to attract more people.

However recent examples of drug use and anti-social behaviour on buses, trains and trams are among deterrents cited by those refusing to use services.

We want to know: Will you use public transport more in 2014?

Poll Results:

No, I'll use it less (1561)
I'm not sure (1082)
I'll use it the same amount as this year (813)
Yes (143)

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