Your Thoughts Needed On Bucks Public Transport
7:00am 29th January 2012
Despite Bucks County Council making cuts last year of over one million pounds to the public transport budget, it looks like there will be more savings ahead.
Transport for Buckinghamshire have launched a consultation, to find what YOU want out of transport services, before they consider how to save MORE money.
Bucks County Council say "It is critical to promote the Public Consultation phase of the Travel Bucks Strategy so that we can engage with as many stakeholders, public transport users, community groups and local residents of Buckinghamshire as possible in the preparation stage of the document to ensure the strategy fits the priorities of the council, national transport policy and the needs of local people.
We would be grateful for your views and response on the Travel Bucks consultation below."
If you click HERE - you can read the draft strategy below and respond to the consultation.
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