Have your say on Supertram’s future

RESIDENTS and businesses are being asked to have their say on the future of Supertram to help shape long-term plans for the system.

South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) is holding a public consultation until October 30 to find out what people think about Supertram, how the network could be developed or improved, and how services could fit with other transport.

Consultation feedback will help transport leaders draft an investment strategy that will seek Government funding to prepare Supertram for the future, and allow services to operate for another 30 years.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/104500/have-your-say-on-supertram-s-future.aspx

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9 Responses to Have your say on Supertram’s future

  1. trambuster says:

    I’ve responded to their consultation, which they send out via email, but want the completed form by post or by hand.

    My response:
    “Please find attached completed consultation form – by email, even though, bizarrely, you wanted it returned by post or in person.

    Given that social media is now a major means of communication, particularly among younger transport users, why did SYPTE advise that the only means of returning the consultation document was by post or by hand?

    Also, have you issued access to this consultation via social media – if not, why not?”

  2. Timawells says:

    I would like to see them focus on bringing commuters via rail using Hybrid super trams. The line from Sheffield to Dinnington could be upgraded for pittance and it would bring in well over 25,000 potential additional commuters for very little outlay.

  3. David Cawkwell. says:

    ‘well over 25,000 potential additional commuters’
    To Dinnington? You’re having a laugh Tim.
    Why would 25,000 people want to come to Dinnington?

  4. Colin Tawn says:

    The same site from where I got my information.

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