Bus Users Board delegation visits Scottish and Welsh Governments

Bus Users Board delegation visits Scottish and Welsh Governments

Norman Baker, Chair of Bus Users UK, along with two other Board members will be meeting representatives of Scottish and Welsh Governments shortly.  The aim is to review the work being done by Bus Users in Scotland and Wales, discuss the organisation’s future plans and look at the roadmap for bus strategy in each country.

As an organisation that operates across England, Wales and Scotland, Norman is particularly looking forward to the meetings: “It’s very important to us to ensure that we have a clear idea of how our work is perceived throughout the UK. It’s also a great opportunity to make sure that our supporters and funders in Scotland and Wales can provide direct input to our future work at Board level”.

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