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How integrated is public transport locally? Workhop: June 6, Llandeilo

With Elly Foster, of the Public Transport Users’ Committee (PTUC) that advises the Minister on strategic public transport issues. Consultation meeting Wednesday June 6 from 16.00 till 18.00 at the Cawdor Hotel, Llandeilo.

 

Elly writes:  "In its second year the Committee aims to establish the level of relevance and importance, both actual and perceived, of integrated transport as a need for the passenger in Wales. It wishes to identify gaps in the provision of integrated transport against those needs and to better understand and outline the barriers to effective integration, identify best practice across and between transport modes across the UK and elsewhere and to be in a position to recommend to the Minister ways in which improvements can be made to both the reality and perception of public transport integration within Wales.

"We will be holding a series of workshops around Wales where local people will be able to identify in detail particular issues in their locality. Llandeilo has been chosen as it represents a small town that is of strategic importance in its rural setting and has both rail and bus transport links to a variety of destinations.

"There will be refreshments at the workshop. The meeting will be accessible to disabled persons.

"Should you need any further information, please contact me via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone on: 01570 471476"

Please contact Steve Brown you would like to attend, since the PTUC would like to know the numbers coming.

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Steve Brown

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