Shadow Transport Minister to hear what Cambridge passengers think of local bus services

Shadow Transport Minister to hear what Cambridge passengers think of local bus services

Shadow Transport Minister Daniel Zeichner will be joining representatives from Stagecoach East and Cambridgeshire County Council at our next Your Bus Matters event, to hear what passengers have to say about services in their area.

The event, on Friday 25 November from 10am to 3pm, comes at a time when councils across the UK are announcing major cuts to services and subsidies, leaving people isolated, without access to work, education and vital services. People in Cambridgeshire, who are facing cuts of their own, are being invited to join the Cambridge Your Bus Matters event to raise their concerns or comment on local services direct with the people responsible for running them.

Cambridge Your Bus Matters kicks off at 10am outside Boots the Chemist on Sidney Street and Daniel Zeichner MP will be available until 10.45am. Anyone not able to attend can raise their issues or comments by email to enquiries@bususers.org.uk or by calling 0300 111 0001.

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