TRANSPORT

BANES have recently completed their Air Quality Action Plan

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They have also agreed to look at a Tram Feasibility Study.

Councillor Mark Shelford, (Conservative Lyncombe), cabinet member for Transport and Environment, said: “This is an early-stage study which in general terms simply sets out various tram routes which each have benefits and disadvantages based on demand, environment and current road use. It will help us understand what the potential is for a light rail system and whether we should look more closely at it as one option in a wider transport plan for the city.”

 

First  Bus said the changes to its Bath bus services are designed to improve punctuality and reliability, and “better match the level of service with the passenger demand”.

Most of the changes are due to take effect on Sunday, January 14. Among the changes are:

a new stop at Bear Flat for the Odd Down Park and Ride service in response to passenger feedback

We continue to be in discussion with the Council and the various stakeholders and welcome your comments at transport@bearflat.org.uk.

 

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