LIBERAL Democrats are committed to cutting congestion and getting more people on to public transport, according to candidate Steve Cooke.
And that's why he supports Wirral Transport Users' Association (WTUA) in its campaign for the opening of a station in Little Neston.
He said: 'Britain now has one of the most expensive and unreliable railway systems in Europe.
'The Liberal Democrats would give free off-peak travel for all pensioners and disabled people, make the railways work again and promote walking and cycling.
'We understand that for many people, cars are a necessity. But they can be far less damaging to the environment when they use less fuel or alternative fuels. We will cut tax altogether on those cars that pollute the least, funded by increasing it on those that pollute more.'
He added: 'Virtually everyone - except the Tories - now accepts that it is impossible simply to build our way out of trouble with new roads.
'It's hardly surprising that Greenpeace has said Labour's record on tackling emissions is pathetic.
'Our manifesto has a green thread running through it.'