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What the papers say - THE OBSERVER

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The government's £50M journey planning website, Transport Direct, looks set to become another addition to the catalogue of computer disasters. Delivered two years behind schedule it has been christened 'Transport Defunct' after a random sample of journeys found that much of the advice is farcical. Routes that should take two hours could end up taking seven times as long if advice is followed.

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