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Now is the time for a sustainable transport future

March 8, 2011 by

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Although I usually refrain from using increasing petrol prices as a solid reason for supporting investment in public transport (people assume it is your strongest, even only, argument), substantial increases, particularly at times like these, can’t really be ignored. It’s not just the petrol price increases but everything else that is happening right now that […]

Petrol prices go up, and up…

February 17, 2011 by

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Petrol prices have hit a two-year high with 91 Octane rising to $2.02 a litre. According to the AA, the average car would cost between $120 and $140 to fill, $20 more than it would have a year ago. While I think the price of petrol shouldn’t be used as a major reason for promoting […]