With bus lanes cash, why isn't city paved in gold?
So the city centre bus lanes on Charles Street and Causeway Lane have generated a massive £450,000 for the city council, due to people not allowed to drive in them being caught.
According to an article in the Mercury, this massive amount of money has been spent on transport improvements and providing subsidised public transport.
Could someone from the council please supply a breakdown of this spending as I, as a car driver and city resident, think it's my right to know.
If £450,000 can be raised and spent since last summer, then I would be expecting the town centre to be paved in gold! Maybe the mayor, Sir Peter Soulsby, who is in charge of transport policy, will be able to enlighten me.
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