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St Helena : St Helena: Public Transport Review
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 07.04.2012 (Article Archived on 12.05.2012)

SHG has begun a study to improve the Public Transport system on St Helena. A Team comprising, Robin Swaisland, Public Sector Modernisation Programme Leader, Nicky George, Senior Transport Manager, Owen James, Government Economist and Ian Jones, Chief Public Relations Officer are looking to consult bus users, service providers and residents to find out how the current public transport system can be improved.

Public Transport Review

 

SHG has begun a study to improve the Public Transport system on St Helena. A Team comprising, Robin Swaisland, Public Sector Modernisation Programme Leader, Nicky George, Senior Transport Manager, Owen James, Government Economist and Ian Jones, Chief Public Relations Officer are looking to consult bus users, service providers and residents to find out how the current public transport system can be improved.

 

As a result of this, time will be allocated at the Constituency meetings in the Longwood, Levelwood, Half Tree Hollow and Kingshurst districts to talk about public transport and members of the public are encouraged to attend and air their views. A simple questionnaire will also be available at the end of each meeting.

 

Public Relations/Information Office

The Secretariat

3rd April 2012

 

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