Council asks for views on Chester's Park & Ride services

14 December 2021

Cheshire West and Chester Council is asking for views on Chester’s Park & Ride service.

The Council is keen to attract more users to the service, which is vital for its climate emergency response plan and for reducing congestion and pollution in the city.

The Council’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment, Highways and Strategic Transport, Councillor Karen Shore said:

“Our Park & Ride service makes travel into Chester quick and easy, without the hassle of finding a car parking space. I’m sure many people are taking advantage of our special £1 fare over the Christmas period and we’d really like to know what they think of the service."

”It’s important for us to understand why people are using the service and what changes are needed to attract more people to make journeys on the Park & Ride. Feedback from this survey will help us to understand if improvements are needed to services, or our Park & Ride sites. We really appreciate people taking the time to complete the survey and there is a chance to win a £25 High Street Voucher in a prize draw.”

The survey can be accessed here:

Completing the survey is voluntary and all the information provided will be treated in the strictest of confidence. No information will be released that could identify an individual.

More information on the Park & Ride’s timetables and routes is available on the Council’s website, including where to park.

Wearing a face covering is now compulsory when travelling on Park & Ride buses. All buses are subject to a rigorous cleansing regime and face masks are available on board if you forget to bring one.

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