#WestSussBus - finding out your views on the buses

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Interior of a bus

We need your comments, opinions and suggestions to make a difference to our local bus services


LATEST: Consultation has started on proposals for cycling and walking improvements on the A259 Shoreham to Brighton & Hove boundary, and three routes in Lancing and Sompting. Check the 'News about buses' section (scroll down) for links.


Do you need one of these signs in your area?

Scroll down to the 'Real Time Passenger Information Sign' tab below, and let us know where.


Green bus at Chichester bus station


Become a return visitor to #WestSussBus

Become the eyes and ears of the passenger!


Compass bus at a bus stop in Chichester


FINDING YOUR WAY around this page, please explore all areas - (click the links or scroll down)

'Forum'

'Ideas'

'Your feedback about buses'

You can 'Create your own Bus Journal' (words, pictures, video, tell us how it is - you don't need to sign in)


NOTE: on a mobile phone the 'quick poll' is at the foot of the page

And for our mailing address, see the 'Contact details' section of this page


#WestSussBus is here to develop an ongoing conversation with bus passengers.

All comments are read, passed to who needs to see them and replied to when needed. No comment is wasted.

The mission of #WestSussBus is to make bus travel better in West Sussex.

Crawley Fastway bus

Grabbing the front seat on the top deck of a double-decker...or occupying the back seats on a coach (whichever seems like the premier bus experience to you)...

...that's what creating your own Bus Journal represents...the best place for you, as a bus passenger, to be...in control of the story of your bus experiences. Use this space to "say how it is" as a bus passenger in the 2020s. Click here to create your very own 'bus journal'. Of course, you might just like to send in a few nice photos (or a video)


Bus stop sign with rail replacement bus sign

You can also tweet using #WestSussBus and we'll gather your comments - describe your observations and experiences, as they happen

Don't miss the bus! Take part in #WestSussBus today


FREE TRAVEL: If you are a permanent West Sussex resident and have reached pensionable age, apply here for your older person's bus pass


If you have any questions about #WestSussBus, you can always catch us at westsussbus@westsussex.gov.uk

To keep up to date with the latest news, sign up to the #WestSussBus e-newsletter

We need your comments, opinions and suggestions to make a difference to our local bus services


LATEST: Consultation has started on proposals for cycling and walking improvements on the A259 Shoreham to Brighton & Hove boundary, and three routes in Lancing and Sompting. Check the 'News about buses' section (scroll down) for links.


Do you need one of these signs in your area?

Scroll down to the 'Real Time Passenger Information Sign' tab below, and let us know where.


Green bus at Chichester bus station


Become a return visitor to #WestSussBus

Become the eyes and ears of the passenger!


Compass bus at a bus stop in Chichester


FINDING YOUR WAY around this page, please explore all areas - (click the links or scroll down)

'Forum'

'Ideas'

'Your feedback about buses'

You can 'Create your own Bus Journal' (words, pictures, video, tell us how it is - you don't need to sign in)


NOTE: on a mobile phone the 'quick poll' is at the foot of the page

And for our mailing address, see the 'Contact details' section of this page


#WestSussBus is here to develop an ongoing conversation with bus passengers.

All comments are read, passed to who needs to see them and replied to when needed. No comment is wasted.

The mission of #WestSussBus is to make bus travel better in West Sussex.

Crawley Fastway bus

Grabbing the front seat on the top deck of a double-decker...or occupying the back seats on a coach (whichever seems like the premier bus experience to you)...

...that's what creating your own Bus Journal represents...the best place for you, as a bus passenger, to be...in control of the story of your bus experiences. Use this space to "say how it is" as a bus passenger in the 2020s. Click here to create your very own 'bus journal'. Of course, you might just like to send in a few nice photos (or a video)


Bus stop sign with rail replacement bus sign

You can also tweet using #WestSussBus and we'll gather your comments - describe your observations and experiences, as they happen

Don't miss the bus! Take part in #WestSussBus today


FREE TRAVEL: If you are a permanent West Sussex resident and have reached pensionable age, apply here for your older person's bus pass


If you have any questions about #WestSussBus, you can always catch us at westsussbus@westsussex.gov.uk

To keep up to date with the latest news, sign up to the #WestSussBus e-newsletter

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Help us find new locations for Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) signs

about 2 months

You’ve probably seen plenty of Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) signs at bus stops across West Sussex. They provide up to date information about the arrival of buses on your chosen route.


As part of the bus improvement funding coming to the county council, we plan to increase the number of RTPIs and would like residents to help us decide where they need to go.

To add a location, click the blue button below to 'go to map', zoom in using either the '+' or '-' symbols on the bottom right-hand corner of the map, USE THE '+' BUTTON, on the LEFT hand side to add a 'pin' to the map. You are also able to add an image and/or a comment as you place your pin. But you don't have to.  

On many mobile devices, the add a pin '+' will be at the foot of the page, and you can usually zoom in by 'pinching and releasing' the screen. 


Think of this as a project for the dark winter months, and let us know your RTPI locations by Tuesday 28 February 2023.

Page last updated: 27 Jan 2023, 11:14 AM