This article was originally uploaded here on 8 December 2015:
A REMINDER: Many Prestwood residents are concerned about the inadequate bus service provided by the 48 Route – now is your chance to have your say – you need to have responded by deadline of 29th January.
If you are unable to complete the on-line survey BCC have confirmed that it welcomes written responses to:
Bucks County Council, Transport Strategy, 7th Floor, County Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury HP20 1UY
or email: email@example.com.
PVA provided feedback to the Bucks County Council about the relative short time the last transport survey was conducted at the end of the summer holiday period this year. It was only open for a two week window and not particularly well advertised. We have no idea if a valid sample was achieved.
We would like to encourage all residents to participate in new extended survey as it will affect everyone that uses transport. Closing date is 29th January.
Have Your Say
Don’t leave it to someone else!
Have your say on Buckinghamshire’s transport plan for the future
Monday, December 7 was the launch day for an extended eight-week public consultation on Buckinghamshire’s draft Local Transport Plan and I’d be really grateful if you would take part.
As our economy and population grow, good transport will become more important. In fact, one can’t happen without the other.
The draft Local Transport Plan is a blueprint for travel in Buckinghamshire in the future, covering all types of transport and looking ahead to 2036. It sets out how transport can play a vital part in realising the County Council’s vision to make Buckinghamshire a great place to live and work.
It is clear about maintaining and enhancing the county’s special environment, and helping residents and businesses to thrive and develop one of the strongest and most productive economies in the country. It sets out the policies that show the route we intend to take to make these aims a reality. Continue reading Transport Consultation