Guernsey States ask public for bus 'wish list'

Guernsey buses at the St Peter Port terminus The bus service will be free for 18 months in a bid to increase passenger numbers

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Islanders are being asked to suggest ideas to improve the bus service in Guernsey.

The Environment Department has received "considerable public feedback" in the past 18 months.

But any further suggestions will be explored before a contract to run the service from April is signed.

The contract of CT Plus ends in March and the tendering process for a five-year contract to take over the service begins at the end of the month.

The introduction of a two-tier fare system in May 2013 was heavily criticised and scrapped earlier this month.

Under the States transport strategy the bus service will be free for 18 months as a trial.

Comments have to be submitted by 4 July and can be emailed to env@gov.gg.

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