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Survey of local road networks in Scotland

Community Models Ltd have been retained by the Improvement Service and SCOTS (the Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland) to undertake a study on the value of the local roads network in Scotland. 

As part of this study, we are consulting with a wide range of stakeholders to gather primary evidence and insights into the importance of the local roads network to the communities it serves, both today and in the future. 

I attach a web-link into a specific survey for consideration by community councils across Scotland. It seeks responses to a number of key questions relevant to the study by Wednesday 24 April 2019

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VoLRiS

8pm No 10 to Bonaly from Princes Street – let’s make sure we use it!

In February 2018 an early evening, 8pm, Monday to Saturday, No 10 service from Princes Street to Bonaly was introduced.

We need to ensure this service is regularly used if we wish to retain it. It is a ‘hail and ride’ service which can be boarded anywhere from the Bonaly Corner Shop to the top of Laverockdale Crescent, thereafter there is a stop on aveockdale Crescent.

If this service is a success and there is community support for extending it, the Community Council could lobby for:

  • three truly additional Bonaly evening services, Monday to Saturday at 21.00; 22.00; and 23.00

The proposed additional services could also include:

  •  a loop around Bonaly to Torphin on some or all of the proposed evening services –possibly on the last service of the evening?

We can only lobby for this with community support!

So---what do you think?

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