Tell me about public transport. It's broken isn't it? Not just in Plymouth but it is broken in Plymouth. It took me 1 1/2 hours to do a journey this morning. That would take 15 minutes by car and I could walk to it in 45 minutes.The first bus didn't turn up and there wasn't going to be another one for 45 minutes so I walked around the corner to motley playing. So that bus eventually turn up but it was over 10 minutes late. So I missed the connecting bus onto union street by a minute. Eventually I'm on the bus phoning the dentist and say this is what's happened. They cut all the buses on Peverell Park Road. They stopped the one to the park and ride.We're talking about connectivity but neither of us drives. There are a lot of people like us. It's not just people getting to work. And as you get older, you're less likely to be able to drive. Well, it was better when x was alive and that was just before the pandemic because he had got his bus pass. And you know, he had cancer. He didn't want to do a lot, but he loved it. He said I just like to get on the bus and go into town walk around and do a bit of shopping. And he made a couple of friends in a couple of shops and he would go in and sit with them.