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Lancashire County Council ask people on bus services value

Lancashire Telegraph: Lancashire County Council ask people on bus services value Lancashire County Council ask people on bus services value

LANCASHIRE County Council is asking people what they think about a new way to put a value on local bus services when deciding which to prioritise for support.

Most buses are run by commercial companies, but the council finances others which provide a valuable service but do not receive enough fares to make a profit.

The county council consultation runs until Thursday, July 31.

County Coun John Fillis, cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “The changes we are proposing aim to ensure that future decisions about which bus services we support with the limited funding we have available are made in a fairer way which takes full account of their value to the community they serve.”

To complete an online questionnaire go to www.lancashire.gov.uk/haveyoursay

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