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Consultation on public transport

Page last updated at 20 May 2016 at 10:48

Eastleigh Borough Council is providing the chance for local people and organisations to have their say on the future of a number of public transport services across the borough.

The Council provides financial help for a number of public transport services and is currently conducting a review of its support in order to ensure that the money that is spent supports the right public transport services and continues to provide value for money.

The Council is proposing some updated policies guiding its approach to support for public and community transport services in future, and has put together a range of options and proposals for the services it currently supports. This includes journeys on routes run by local bus companies and community services.

Cabinet Lead for Transport & Streetscene Cllr David Airey said, “We are currently working to ensure that the public and community transport services we support are as efficient as possible, offer value for money to the Council, and serve the needs of users as much as possible. This consultation is part of that process and feedback from our communities on our draft proposals is important to us. I would urge local people and organisations from across the Borough to have their say on our draft proposals”.

We want to receive feedback from organisations and individuals regarding the proposals set out in the consultation document that is available on our web site at www.eastleigh.gov.uk/ptreview and paper copies also available by emailing engineers@eastleigh.gov.uk or phoning 023 8068 8280.

The consultation closes on Thursday 16th June 2016.