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Bus and Community Transport Services in Wales

The Enterprise and Business Committee carried out an inquiry into bus and community transport services in Wales. 

 

The Committee asked for views on:

 

  • The current condition of the bus and community transport sector in Wales, including the reasons for the recent decline in both registered bus services and bus passenger numbers.
  • The social, environmental and economic impact of the recent decline in bus services and passenger numbers.
  • The potential benefits or otherwise of devolution of bus registration powers, proposed in the UK Government’s Command Paper – ‘Powers for a Purpose: Towards a Lasting Devolution Settlement’ in February 2015, and whether further powers to regulate the bus industry are desirable.
  • The steps which should be taken to ensure bus and community transport services meet the needs of Wales.

 

Evidence from the Public

The Committee held a public consultation to gather evidence on this topic.

Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

Status: Complete

First published: 13/08/2015

Documents

Consultations

 

 

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