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Title: Users of buses in Bath - was 14th now 21st November 2018
Post by: grahame on September 13, 2018, 09:43:13 am
Do you use buses to and from Bath Bus Station?  Do you use buses for other journeys operated by First group from their Bath / Wells / Westbury depots?    The First Bath Bus User panel ... seeks additional members.  We met last night (at Bath Bus Station) and considered - amongst other things - the very real issues for the operators and the passengers there, and indeed for other services in the area.  Please let me know if you would like an intro ...


Title: Re: Users of buses in Bath - 14th November 2018
Post by: froome on September 14, 2018, 08:45:10 am
There is, or at least was, a Bath Bus Users Group. I know some of those involved, and it does still exist, though may not now be that active (I'm not aware of them holding any meetings recently). But they should be your first port of call, unless they are already involved.


Title: Re: Users of buses in Bath - 14th November 2018
Post by: grahame on September 14, 2018, 09:04:01 am
There is, or at least was, a Bath Bus Users Group. I know some of those involved, and it does still exist, though may not now be that active (I'm not aware of them holding any meetings recently). But they should be your first port of call, unless they are already involved.

They moved, I believe, from a solid line to a dotted line to ... /// Used to chair the group as part of "Bus Users" who don't seem really to be much around in the area at present.


Title: Re: Users of buses in Bath - was 14th now 21st November 2018
Post by: grahame on November 11, 2018, 08:43:58 am
MOVED from 14th November to 21st November by First Bus

Please - if anyone wants an invite / to join let me know and I'll do intros.



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