From Saturday 4 July together with the South Downs National Park and the East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership, Go South Coast offer the South Downs Rambler bus service.
WinACC comments on the emerging thoughts of the City Council about the Park and Ride buses.
"A Framework for a Public Transport Strategy for Winchester District: A discussion on how improving public transport can reduce greenhouse gas emissions" suggests issues that a strategy would need to address. It was published by WinACC Transport Group, August 2013 to stimulate discussion and demonstrate how a strategy could identify priorities for the District. So one or two of the facts will have changed, but the idea is as valid as ever.
This consultation by Hampshire County Council about their plans to cut up £1.25m to £1.5m from public transport closed on 31 May 2014.
Public exhibition in Winchester’s Guildhall 27-29 March 2014.
The more people that use the bus, the less greenhouse gas is produced by each journey.
The more people that use the bus, the more we show the Council and Government that people need buses.
The more people that use the bus, the more routes the bus companies can provide and the more buses on each route.
“Can travelling to school be both safe and green? By encouraging people to follow the guidance in this leaflet, we can contribute to healthy life styles and promote environmentally-friendly attitudes to travel.”
Lorraine Smith, Head teacher, Western C of E Primary School, Winchester