Follow-up Survey on Local Buses Open for Responses
Evelyn Tweed MSP and Alyn Smith MP are seeking views from Stirling residents on local bus services. A similar survey last year gathered information on issues and potential improvements. These responses were shared with McGills and informed changes to services. Six months on, a follow up survey has been released to gather feedback on changes and to identify ongoing issues.
Alyn Smith MP said:
‘Affordable, reliable public transport is crucial to the wellbeing of Stirling’s communities, particularly in rural areas. McGill’s have taken over local services at a time of deep economic uncertainty, especially in the depths of the cost of living crisis. I urge bus users to let Evelyn Tweed and I know about their recent bus experiences to help tackle any outstanding issues with Stirling’s bus network, and help all stakeholders develop a better, more reliable and greener service.’
Evelyn Tweed MSP said:
‘The responses to the last survey allowed us to push for the change that local communities needed. I would be grateful for responses to this follow up, to see how altered timetables and other changes are impacting bus use, as well as where progress still needs to be made. We are also interested in feedback on how safe local people feel using bus services and what might lead to more use.’
The survey can be found here.