Improved bus services in Casey

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What does Casey need?

A demonstration project to revise the delivery of bus services in Cranbourne, Cranbourne East and Clyde then permanent implementation

The complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015

        20 minute service for a 20 minute city

        In 2013, Council conducted a community-wide survey asking residents to identify their transport priorities and received an overwhelming response highlighting a need for public transport improvements.

        The Casey community recognise that various improvements are urgently required to make public transport a viable transport alternative, some of the identified priority areas include:

        • Direct services along arterial and secondary arterial roads
        • Connections to multiple railway stations and activity centres
        • Buses that run at a 20 minute frequency with 10 minute frequencies on key corridors
        • Buses that connect with train timetables
        • Early delivery of services for new estates

        Currently, bus services within the municipality are indirect and infrequent, however Council have found that for roughly the same operating costs, the bus network could be reconfigured to provide a more direct, frequent and reliable service.

        Have your say

        You can join the conversation and vote in the quick poll or upload your video or photo and share your story in the stories section below.

        What does Casey need?

        A demonstration project to revise the delivery of bus services in Cranbourne, Cranbourne East and Clyde then permanent implementation

        The complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015

              20 minute service for a 20 minute city

              In 2013, Council conducted a community-wide survey asking residents to identify their transport priorities and received an overwhelming response highlighting a need for public transport improvements.

              The Casey community recognise that various improvements are urgently required to make public transport a viable transport alternative, some of the identified priority areas include:

              • Direct services along arterial and secondary arterial roads
              • Connections to multiple railway stations and activity centres
              • Buses that run at a 20 minute frequency with 10 minute frequencies on key corridors
              • Buses that connect with train timetables
              • Early delivery of services for new estates

              Currently, bus services within the municipality are indirect and infrequent, however Council have found that for roughly the same operating costs, the bus network could be reconfigured to provide a more direct, frequent and reliable service.

              Have your say

              You can join the conversation and vote in the quick poll or upload your video or photo and share your story in the stories section below.

              Which improvement would encourage you to use a public bus more often?

              More frequent services
              25%
              More direct services
              13%
              Bus stops within walking distance of your home
              38%
              Bus services which run direct to activity centres
              13%
              Bus services which align to train timetables
              13%
              Total Votes : 8
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