There have been some problems with the public transport you use to commute daily. Write a letter to the manager of the public transport company. In your letter: • describe the problems • explain how these problems are affecting you and others • suggest what could be done about it

Dear Sir, I am a regular user of your prestigious transportation service. Nowadays,
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bus no 897 that plies between Central Delhi to East Noida runs late from its timetable. As I go to the office on
bus, it affects my punctuality at the office, and sometimes it
causes my absenteeism at the workplace.
, some seats are in extremely poor conditions, and it is quite hard to occupy any of these seats because there is little or no cushioning material.
, if one sits there, it may cause physical injury to that person.
issues are not only harming the reputation of your service but are
lessening the faith of the public towards your transportation company because
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including me are paying for the service.
, it has become the need of the hour to maintain the timetable of your buses and
improve the seating facilities so that no one feels uncomfortable while travelling. I hope for expeditious action in
regard. Yours sincerely, ABC

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