The cost of bus travel in South and West Wales is changing from today, which could mean cheaper fares for under 18s.
We recognise that we must do what we can to encourage people to use public transport.
So while with regret we have to increase some fares - to reflect the increasing cost of our operation - we're cutting or holding as many of them as we can, and we're taking real steps to help young people with the cost of travel.
The positive changes and the reductions here should not be underestimated.
They are significant and underline our efforts to get people back on the buses, back into city centres, to jobs, education and leisure facilities.
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