Send us news by text, start your message Star News and your send photos and videos to 80360
Have your say on public transport
4:35pm Thursday 14th February 2013 in News
PUBLIC transport passengers will be able to air their views about local services at a transport forum to be held on Friday.
Merseytravel will host the quarterly event on Friday, February, 15 in the Parish Church Centre, Church Square, St Helens.
It will begin at 1pm, with a ‘transport surgery’, which gives residents a chance to speak to bus and train operators individually to discuss their own issues.
The formal meeting will start at 2pm with open discussion and information sharing. The main topic for this meeting will be TravelSafe, a scheme which aims to cuts crime and reassure rail and bus passengers.
Councillor Marlene Quinn, who chairs the meeting in St Helens, said: “Merseytravel values the important part our customers play through sharing their ideas and suggestions, as well as giving us important feedback on current local issues.
“These meetings provide a great opportunity for us to work with residents to improve all aspects of public transport across the borough and further afield.
“All residents and organisations are welcome to attend.”