Both users and non-users of bus services are encouraged to put forward their views on what they think is working and what could be improved.
Respondents have commented on current levels of satisfaction with bus services and their support for a range of suggested improvements including more frequent services, an expansion of the bus network and new routes. Other proposals for improving services put forward by the Authority in the survey include greater use of technology such as driverless shuttles and more use of alternative fuels such as electric buses.
The results of the survey with the public will be used as an evidence base for what needs to change, which will be taken forward by the Authority and developed into a plan for how to improve the bus network.
As part of the ongoing reform programme for the bus network, a bus reform task force met last week for the first time to agree next steps.
The inaugural meeting of the bus reform task force brought together representatives from across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough along with bus transport experts with knowledge and expertise from the region and further afield.