YOU published an article the other week about Merseytravel cutting bus services in order to save money.

Over the years they have made similar announcements.

As a bus user may I suggest that Merseytravel take a different and radical approach – try to make money instead.

They don't seem to realise that the more they increase prices the fewer passengers they have and then they say they are cutting services because they are not making money since the busses are empty.

It is almost like they can't be bothered to run a bus service.

Have they considered reducing the fare thus getting more passengers on seats and instead of cutting services, increasing them?

It's called supply and demand.

An ex-bus passenger.