August 2021


Businesses' perspective sought to help shape the future of bus services in Warwickshire

Businesses have been asked to make their views known as plans are drawn up to improve the provision of bus services in the county.

The Government has earmarked £3 billion towards improving bus services throughout England. Following this announcement, Warwickshire County Council is working closely with bus operators to develop an ambitious Warwickshire Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) aimed at encouraging more people to travel by bus.

The BSIP will set out Warwickshire's ambitions for bus service improvements and help secure a proportion of the funding to benefit people living, working and travelling in the county. 

A crucial element in developing the BSIP is gathering the views of stakeholders to ensure the opportunity to improve the network is maximised for everyone’s best interests. So it would help the county council enormously if a representative of your organisation could take a few moments to complete the stakeholder engagement survey (below).

Your involvement will help to ensure the plans outlined in the Warwickshire BSIP align with what people you represent actually want, helping us to understand the current views on the bus network and highlighting the priority order for improvements.

The survey can be accessed here...

Please note that the closing date for responses is 19th September 2021.


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