Citizen’s Advice Scotland (CAS) are running a survey about Better Buses. The survey will run from Sunday 8th October to Sunday 22nd October.

By launching a public survey nationally, and citizens advice bureaux running local engagement events and campaigns, CAS ensure that the views of Scottish people are fed into a new Transport Bill being introduced in 2018. All of the information and data received during the campaign will be analysed and reported on, and CAS will speak out on behalf of respondents by presenting their top priorities in relation to bus travel.

Scotland’s bus network plays a vital role in keeping its citizens moving and accessing essential services every day. 80% of public transport journeys in Scotland are taken by bus, with many consumers relying on buses for work, health and social journeys. However, a fifth of bus routes have been cut in the last decade and fares have increased by 18% in the last five years.

You can download the survey here ybys_paper_survey_final_1 (return to Your Bus, Your Say campaign, Citizens Advice Scotland, 1st Floor Spectrum House, 2 Powderhall Road, Edinburgh, EH7 4GB) or complete the survey online at https://www.cas.org.uk/betterbuses

Keep up to date with the campaign by following on social media using #betterbuses