Leo Markham, of the National Federation of Bus Users, said similar deals should be set up elsewhere in Wales.
What does NFBU stand for?
NFBU stands for National Federation of Bus Users (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Federation of Bus Users in Wales is to receive pounds 63,000 to recruit more staff and pay for a telephone advice service.
The coalition consists of 25 major environmental and social justice campaign groups, including the Campaign to Protect Rural England, Friends of the Earth, the national cyclist organisation -the CTC and the National Federation of Bus Users.
Dr Caroline Cahm, chairman of the National Federation of Bus Users, said: "We would share Mr Bett's issue that it is appalling.
The National Federation of Bus Users said Mr Dixon was right to tighten up on the 56-day rule, as some operators and councils had been giving short notice of changes simply because they were disorganised.
The National Federation of Bus Users is running a bus users' surgery in a bus at St John Street in the city centre between 10am and 3pm.
A spokesman for the National Federation of Bus Users said any return of conductors to assist with security would be welcomed.