Post 16 Transport Policy Statement

Closed 9 May 2016

Opened 23 Mar 2016

Results expected 30 May 2016

Feedback Updated 7 Sep 2016

We Asked

We asked whether the information in the Transport Policy Statement was clear and whether it could be improved.

 

 

 

You Said

Several respondents gave helpful information to enable us to update the Transport Policy Statement. One respondent felt information regarding 3in1 was unclear (it was under review at the time of the consultation). One respondent felt that walking and cycling were not promoted

We Did

The Policy Statement has been updated with information provided by respondnets. The information about the 3in1 scheme has been updated following the Council’s decision to cease the scheme. No changes were made in respect of promoting walking and cycling as this is more appropriately included in the Cycling and walking strategy.

Overview

The County Council publishes a Post 16 Transport Policy Statement each year. This outlines the help that might be available through the County Council, schools and colleges, transport operators etc., to help young people get to school and college. It also includes information such as the Council’s home to school and college transport policy, contacts and information about fares and concessions.

The draft policy statement does not include information about the 3in1 scheme which is currently subject to consultation. The policy statement will be amended following the Council’s decision about the future of the 3in1 scheme. Please note this consultation is not about the 3in1 scheme. If you wish to comment on the 3in1 scheme, please go the appropriate consultation about the future of the scheme. The 3in1 scheme consultation closes on 8 April 2016

Why We Are Consulting

We would like to gather views from young people, parents and other interested parties about the draft policy statement for 2016-17.  Please complete this short survey to help us.

What Happens Next

The views from the consultation will help to determine whether the existing format is helpful or whether changes should be made to improve the presentation.

Areas

  • Adur District
  • Arun District
  • Chichester District
  • Crawley Borough
  • Horsham District
  • Mid Sussex District
  • Worthing Borough

Audiences

  • Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Groups
  • Children
  • Disabled People
  • Faith Groups
  • Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transexual (LGBT) Groups
  • Older People
  • People in marriages & civil partnerships
  • Pregnancy & Maternity
  • Young People
  • Young People Aged 18+
  • Gender Groups
  • NHS
  • Health and Wellbeing Professionals
  • Patients
  • GPs
  • Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • Residents e-Panel
  • Teachers
  • Pupils
  • Schools
  • Colleges
  • Students
  • Young people with SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disability)
  • Headteachers
  • West Sussex County Council Staff
  • Capita Staff
  • West Sussex Fire and Rescue Staff
  • County Communicators
  • Cyclists
  • Bus/coach Passengers
  • Car/Van Drivers
  • Police
  • District/Borough Councils
  • Parish Councils
  • Town Councils
  • Elected Members/Councillors
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Community Organisations
  • Bus Operators
  • Broadband Suppliers
  • Childcare Providers
  • All West Sussex Businesses
  • Employees
  • CBC Library Group
  • Service Users
  • Homeless People
  • People Who Do Not Use This Service
  • All West Sussex Residents
  • Tenants/Leaseholders
  • Visitors/Tourists
  • Families
  • Carers
  • Parents

Interests

  • Education
  • Learning
  • Schools
  • School Transport