Meet­ing aboutC60 busser­vice can­cel­la­tion

Stirling Observer - - FRONT PAGE -

Res­i­dents in Cal­lan­der will get their say on a so­lu­tion to the can­celled C60 bus route.

The Ob­server re­ported last month how the fu­ture of the ru­ral bus route be­tween Killin and Cal­lan­der re­mained un­clear, after op­er­a­tor, King­shouse Travel, gave Stir­ling Coun­cil four months’ no­tice of its in­ten­tion to stop op­er­at­ing the ser­vice which will come to an end on De­cem­ber 30 due to a short­age of driv­ers.

The route also stops at Loc­hearn­head and Strathyre.

Trans­port bosses at Stir­ling Coun­cil swiftly ar­ranged a se­ries of public meet­ings to give res­i­dents their say on how they would like the ser­vice to be re­placed.

The meet­ings took place in Killin and Loc­hearn­head and they are now set to hold a fur­ther meet­ing in Cal­lan­der for res­i­dents to have their say.

The meet­ing has been ear­marked for the Cal­lan­der Youth Hos­tel on Oc­to­ber 24 from 6.30pm un­til 8pm.

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