Rising fuel costs, increases in train and bus fares are adding to the cost of living worries for many.
Since 2022, more than 1 million people in the UK have started taking the bus or cycling due to the rising costs of petrol and diesel.
For many in rural locations, where services are sporadic, essential journeys for those without access to a car have become more difficult. 48% of workers surveyed by Offices.co.uk said that if the price of fuel surpasses the £2 mark, they will no longer be able to afford to drive to work - a serious issue in many countryside areas where public transport options may be limited. Coupled with the rising cost of regular train travel, the pinch is being felt by many.
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