Belfast loses £446,000
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• Belfast's city bus services lost more than £446,000 for the year ended March 31 1971, and carried 18 million fewer passengers than in the previous year.
Revenue was just under £4m, and a total of 924m passengers were carried.
In his annual report, transport manager Mr Robert Adams says nearly ilm was lost in revenue due to the civil disturbances.