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HCC Transport Survey

  • Author: Hampshire County Council
  • Published: 9th October 2019
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There's still time to help shape plans for the future of public transport in South East Hampshire.

A travel survey was launched in September to support an ambitious bid to the government's Transforming Cities Fund. 

Working in partnership with Portsmouth City Council and Isle of Wight Council, the bid proposes to improve public transport by introducing rapid transit to Portsmouth and surrounding areas.

The survey closes on Sunday 13 October.
Centred on a network of bus-priority routes, South East Hampshire Rapid Transit aims to make it easier, quicker and more reliable for people to travel in the area using public transport. 

Rapid transit routes, which are more direct than local bus routes, will better connect with rail services, local bus services, walking and cycling routes, and local waterborne transport. The proposal also relies on the introduction of low-emission vehicles, easy to use tickets, real time information and attractive waiting facilities to improve the customer experience and encourage greater public transport travel.
South East Hampshire Rapid Transit
Hampshire County Council website

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