Bus services in Chipping Norton under review

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Bus services in Chipping Norton under review

People in the Charlbury and Chipping Norton areas are being asked to send opinions to their local parish and town councils as part of an Oxfordshire County Council review of the bus services it subsidises.
Oxfordshire County Council subsidises bus services throughout Oxfordshire each year to the tune of more than £3 million.

Which services are being reviewed?
The services currently under review are the following:

20A Oxford-Woodstock-Stonesfield-Charlbury
23 Middle Barton-Tews-Swerford-Chipping Norton
34 Idbury-Wychwoods-Lyneham-Chipping Norton
69 Witney-Charlbury-Chipping Norton
C1 Charlbury Railbus
X8/X8A Kingham Railbus
X50 Oxford-Woodstock-Enstone-Chipping Norton-Stratford
811 Salford-Chipping Norton-Kingham-Wychwoods-Cheltenham
Pass on your views
Councillor Ian Hudspeth, the County Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport said: “I am keen for our consultation to involve as many local people as possible.

"Letters to parish and town councils have already been sent out and I would urge anyone who feels that they can contribute to our consultation process to contact them. Most parishes also have local public transport representatives.

"It is important that the county council spends the money it has available for bus subsidy as wisely as possible. The opinions of local people will count towards that."

Posted : 02/06/2008 15:28:49

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