Petition to members of the public, Ipswich buses
Save the free shuttle
In July 2017, Ipswich buses route no 38 will be stopped. This route is a vital transport link for council of Ipswich and town centre. Every day, over 500 people use this service. It has been in operation for over 11 years. I use this run everyday for college and work and now I'm gonna have to pay close £10 a day for parking for my travel to work and college. Please sign this petition and help save this route. The drivers are the most friendly people ever. Richard and Chris have changed over 1000 lives. Please note that the petition deadline is 17/07/2017. All signatures most have a name postcode and a house number Ipswich Borough council will disregard all the signatures if they don't have a direct address. its only for verification reasons and to validate your vote. please can everyone send there name, address and postcode to me in an email and i will add it to the list . my email is email@example.com. failing that you can call 07392988760. I will only use the info for the petitions and i will abide by the data protection act 1998. I will not share any details with third parties and will only show Ipswich Borough Council
Petition to Andrew Lewer: Northampton County Council: Northampton Borough Council:
Build our bus station back in Greyfriars - stop the chaos and traffic
Build back our bus station in Greyfriars - the people of Northamptonshire are fed up of being ignored. The traffic and chaos thanks to the current bus station can all be resolved if we return the bus station back to its original place! Health and safety issues; 1) Children going onto the road 2) Wheelchair access 3) Pathways blocked - disrupting traders on Drapery 4) Having to wait outside in bad weather such as rain sleet snow etc 5) Limited seating areas for pregnant women, vulnerable and elderly.
Petition to North Lincolnshire Council, Stagecoach
Stagecoach and North Lincs Council to reconsider changes to the 103 Kirton Bus route
With minimal notice our local bus service (Stagecoach 103) had been significantly reduced to one bus every two hours. Pick up points are now only available from the bottom of the hill meaning the elderly and / or those with mobility problems may have to navigate the hill to use the service at all. Furthermore the last bus back from Scunthorpe is now at 4pm.This time renders anyone working in Scunthorpe unable to work full afternoons and most afternoon rail connections from Scunthorpe Station are now unusable to Kirton people who don't drive. We want North Lincs Council and Stagecoach to review and rethink these revisions with the goal of coming up with a solution that doesn't isolate Kirton Lindsey. Thank you for reading this petition and taking the time to support it.
Petition to Gwynedd Council, Mr Dafydd Wyn Williams
Keep Tanygrisiau Clipa bus service providers John's Coaches & prevent any future changes.
Dafydd Wyn WilliamsGwynedd CouncilCouncil OfficesShirehall StreetCaernarfonGwyneddLL55 1SH I am writing to express my concern regarding the proposed changes to the number 37 bus service, and the local family run bus travel service providers 'John's Coaches'. It is to my understanding that Gwynedd Council intend to change service providers of the number 37 bus service, ' The Tanygrisiau Clipa'. At present this service is provided by local family business 'John's Coaches' of Manod road Blaenau Ffestiniog. It is to my understanding that Gwynedd Council intend to make changes that will bring an end to the 18 years of dedicated service provided by John's Coaches, by replacing them with Penygroes firm 'Express Motors'. I, as a local resident of Blaenau Ffestiniog oppose this decision, and urge Gwynedd Council to reconsider making such changes. To the local community of Tanygrisiau/Blaenau Ffestiniog, the service provided by John's Coaches is more than the average travel service. To the elderly residents of Tanygrisiau, John's Coaches are their reassurance that despite their limited mobility capability, John's Coaches will safely get them to their destination and also safely return them back to the safety of their homes. John's Coaches are a service that often 'go that extra mile' in order to make their journey as easy and as comfortable as possible. Their journey is provided with care and compassion, with an understanding of one's needs & capabilities. To the parents of the community, the service provided by John's coaches is their reassurance that their children will safely reach their destination, and safely return following their journey. If ever such an incident occurred when a child failed to return home, the parents of Tanygrisiau are able to rely on John's Coaches, with their knowledge of the local family's & family members, to inform them of any information regarding their child and their use of the number 37 bus service which could help to locate their child. John's Coaches is more than just a transport service to the local community of Tanygrisiau/Blaenau Ffestiniog. It is 18 years of trust building, it is a dedicated service that we locals depend upon. John's Coaches being the bus service providers of the number 37, is in our opinion a service that 'Can not be replaced'. We, residents of Tanygrisiau/Blaenau Ffestiniog urge you 'Gwynedd Council to reconsider bringing an end to such a reliable/trustworthy/dedicated service, and to prevent such change occurring to the 18 years of loyal service provided by John's Coaches (number 37) to date. M Williams