DISGRUNTLED China Motor Bus (CMB) passengers urged the Government yesterday to force the company to improve services. A passenger waiting at the Central terminus for a route 91 bus to Ap Lei Chau Estate said CMB's service was far from satisfactory, especially during the off-peak hours. 'We always have to wait for half an hour or more for the bus after the rush hour. The problem has been causing us lots of trouble,' Chan Kwok-wan said. 'CMB is not actually serving the community, they are only serving their own interests.' He said CMB's poor service meant his family was often forced to use more expensive transport, which placed a strain on their finances. Lui Chi-lun, a passenger waiting for a route 94 bus from Central to Lei Tung Estate, Ap Lei Chau, said the Government should push CMB to improve the service when its franchise expired at the end of this year. 'The Government should allow more companies to provide services for us because I don't believe CMB will change in any way if we don't do anything to push it. We will always be the ultimate victims,' said Mr Lui. Passenger Tsui Wai-yung said the CMB's irregular service made it difficult to plan ahead. She said she often spent more time waiting for the bus than she actually spent travelling to her destination.