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New ferry terminal in 'public transport desert'

A passenger watchdog body is calling for the Department of Infrastructure to improve bus links to a proposed new ferry terminal in Liverpool.

Travelwatch says the Department of Infrastructure will submit a planning application for the £30 million terminal at Princes Half-Tide Dock soon.

But it describes the area as a public transport ''desert,'' with no buses along Princes Parade or along the Dock Road.

The organisation's calling for Minister Ray Harmer to guarantee a connecting bus link as part of the plans.

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