Bus Service Won't See Improvements Without Funding
The future of transit service in London could be stretched thin without more funding.
London Transit officials met last night and have postponed a planned expansion and service increase because of a lack of money from the city.
The money isn't coming because of an effort to achieve a zero percent tax hike.
Chair Harold Usher says says they just dont have enough buses on the road.
Ridership is up 85 percent over the last 15 years but increases in funding aren't matching the number of people using transit now.