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A plan for transport priorities in Suffolk for the next 30 years is set to be published next spring.
Bus services are facing increasing disruption, as the exodus of drivers to higher-paying driving jobs continues across the UK.
Councillors and staff at a Suffolk council are being urged to car share or use public transport to get to meetings.
The managing director of a bus company has addressed concerns after one Suffolk service was branded 'non-existent'.
Council says increased charges could help to manage parking demand and capacity.
Police arrested a driver this morning after his van crashed in a village south west of Bury St Edmunds.