Bus Users Group launches Bus Fares Questionnaire

June 30th, 2010 by Fergus

BUG, the Bus Users Group, has put a 10-question survey about the proposed 67% rise in Guernsey bus fares, onto the web.

“Given the short consultation period offered by the States of Guernsey Environment Department, the internet is the only way to canvass a broad slice of public opinion”, said BUG Coordinator, Fergus Dunlop.

Members of the public are asked to go to the BUG website to complete the questionnaire.

“We want hard evidence to build into our submission to the Environment Department, due by 9th July”, said Mr. Dunlop. “Maybe it’s unintentional, but this snap consultation period is ticking away before most islanders can respond”.

For additional information please contact: Bus Users Group – Coordinator – Fergus Dunlop on 07781 117980

About BUG

Bug is a Guernsey-registered charity, formed in November 2009, to foster enthusiasm for using Guernsey public transport. Its short-term objective is to double the number of people travelling on Guernsey Buses.

More details of the policy and the structure of the organisation are available by visiting the BUG home page.

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