Have your say on buses – now

Harefield Gazette - - YOUR SAY - Syed Ka­mall, Con­ser­va­tive MEP for Lon­don

TRANS­PORT for Lon­don (TfL) is con­duct­ing an im­por­tant con­sul­ta­tion on the fu­ture of our bus ser­vices in Lon­don – but time is run­ning out for your read­ers if they wish to take part.

TfL is con­sid­er­ing chang­ing 34 routes across cen­tral Lon­don in or­der to cre­ate a more ef­fi­cient, mod­ern, sim­ple net­work, with buses in the right places at the right times.

This will in­volve chang­ing and short­en­ing routes and al­ter­ing fre­quen­cies. The plan­ners also pro­pose to axe three routes and cre­ate one new one within the city cen­tre.

For many bus pas­sen­gers this could mean a big im­pact on their lives.

I would en­cour­age all bus pas­sen­gers to make sure they know what the changes mean for them – and to let TfL know what they think.

You can check the de­tails and com­ment at tfl.gov.uk/cen­tralLon­don-bus-con­sul­ta­tion un­til Novem­ber 9.

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