Archives for October 19th, 1999

ELECTION NIGHT HAS NEW FLAVOUR

Headlines, PublicNet: 19 October, 1999

Electronic counting equipment will be used for the first time in next year’ selections for a Mayor and Assembly in London.Minister for London Keith Hill has announced that in those elections, ballot papers will be scanned electronically, using equipment from a Milton Keynes company, DRS Data & Research Services.

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YOUNG PEOPLE DON’T LIKE BUSES

Headlines, PublicNet: 19 October, 1999

An extensive study into the attitudes of young people to public transport has revealed that there’s a major selling job to be done to make it a first choice of transport when they become adults.Even though many young people use the bus to get to school, many expect and want to drive cars when they are older. Use of trains is not high by young people and also fails to figure in their plans.

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