Jersey Consumer Council investigates public transport

  • 22 July 2013
  • From the section Jersey

A survey aimed at understanding what islanders want from public transport has been launched by the Jersey Consumer Council.

The survey has been posted to homes in the island.

Advocate Rose Colley, the council's chairwoman, said: "Public transport has an impact on every consumer in Jersey.

"We want to know how the public thinks the island's transport services could be improved, so that we can lobby for those improvements to be made."

The council was established by the States in 1995 to raise consumer issues, based on public opinion, with policy makers.

Ms Colley said they wanted comments and suggestions from people "whether or not you use the island's buses, taxis, ferries or planes".

She said: "Our aim is to gather as much detailed evidence as possible so that we can present it to the island's transport decision makers."

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