Have your say on the future of local bus services
Wiltshire Council is asking public transport users, residents, businesses and communities in the county to have their say on the future of bus services and other public transport options.
People’s comments will help to inform the council’s draft Public Transport Policy, which aims to support road-based public transport both in Chippenham and countywide to help achieve the council's environmental, social, and economic goals.
The Public Transport Policy aims to:
- Ensure that residents can access essential facilities and services using public transport, promoting a high quality of life for all.
- Encourage residents to choose public transport for their daily journeys to and from work, reducing traffic congestion and carbon emissions.
- Provide reliable and convenient public transport options for visitors to Wiltshire, enabling them to explore the county’s attractions without relying on private cars.
- The consultation provides an opportunity for people and organisations to voice their opinions, share their experiences, and propose ideas that will help shape the future of public transport in Wiltshire.
The consultation ends at 23:59 on Friday 6 November. To find out more and to take part in the survey, go to: https://wiltshirebusreview.commonplace.is/