There’s still time to have your say on our Bus Strategy
There is one week left for you to take our short survey to ensure that you have your say on the Combined Authority’s Bus Strategy.
Our Bus Strategy, which can be viewed in its entirety here, aims to set out an ambitious vision and plan to improve our bus network in a way that will benefit the residents and businesses of our region, and to deliver the goals and objectives of the Combined Authority’s Local Transport and Connectivity Plan.
The purpose of the Bus Strategy is not to examine detailed issues around specific routes and services; more to outline the key aims, objectives, and aspirations of the Combined Authority to enable us to bid for further funding and shape the network to meet the needs of the people of the region.
Deputy Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, Cllr Anna Smith, said: “The public outcry about Stagecoach’s cutting of services last autumn was another reminder of just how important buses are to the people of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. When services are reduced, people in our region find it harder to get to work, school and shops, and they struggle to access vital services.
“So we want to hear from you about how you use the buses and get your thoughts on our draft Bus Strategy. It’s only by hearing from the people who live, study and work in our region that we can best deliver a bus strategy that really works for everyone. A comprehensive bus network that better connects people to places across all parts of the region and beyond. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to complete the survey so far”.
The survey can be accessed here.
Survey closes Friday 24th February at 5PM.
Hard copies of the Bus Strategy consultation materials and survey form are available on request. For this, please call 01480 277180 or email email@example.com. For any other queries related to the Bus Strategy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.