Aylesbury Vale Transport Users Group (AVTUG)

2nd December 2021

AVTUG meets 4 times a year to hear people’s views on local public transport services

The next meeting of AVTUG will take place

at the Aylesbury Town Council office (the Council Chamber on the ground floor) at 5 Church Street, Aylesbury Bucks HP20 2QP on

Tuesday 7th December 2021 at 2pm


Come along and let us know what you think about local public transport, and get information about AVTUG’s activities and current issues including:


· The work of AVTUG in raising concerns about air quality at, and the condition of, Aylesbury Bus Station


· The recently published Bus Services Improvement Plan (BSIP) which covers a range of subjects including, future services, making services easier to use, demand responsive services, and concessionary fares for young people


To view BSIP go to https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/media/4517198/buckinghamshire-bus-service-improvement-plan-bsip.pdf

If you are not online, please ask at your local library for help in accessing the BSIP, and viewing or printing its contents.

If you have any questions on public transport or on any of the above, please email the Secretary Jonathan.Clover2@yahoo.co.uk or write to the Chairman, Colin Higgs, at 6 Wingrave Road, Aston Abbotts, Bucks HP22 4LT.

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