Transport – tell us what’s wrong and suggest improvements

Whether you use buses, roads, cycle paths or walking, transport is an essential part of life. We are responsible for most of Warwickshire’s roads, public transport and rights of way, and want to help you get around.

We have a lot of information about all of these types of transport on our warwickshire.gov.uk website, but we’re sure it could be better. We therefore want your help to improve the information we provide to you through the warwickshire.gov.uk website and mobile apps.

Please use the comments box at the bottom of this page to tell us about any frustrations or issues that you have had with how we present transport information through the website. What would help make your life easier?

Whether it’s bus times, roadworks, cycle routes, school transport, or something else transport-related, we want to hear about it.

If you have any ideas on how we can improve it, then great – please include these too!

At a later date, we’ll put up a list of the suggestions and ask you to vote on them.

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2 responses to “Transport – tell us what’s wrong and suggest improvements

  1. When you are on the Library Locations page and you click on Bidford Community library, the link takes you to Bedworth Library, most confusing especially if you are trying to print off opening times and give directions to a customer

  2. The webpage for the Bishopton park and ride provides no information about the Council’s decision to make special arrangements for the Shakespeare Marathon scheduled for 28 April (the standard service starts too late). If there had been no intention to make special arrangements, then it would have been helpful if there had been a statement so that those attempting to park responsibly might know that there would not be an opportunity to use the option that would clearly have been the best one for everyone, possibly including the Council itself. To make matters worse, the contact telephone number provided on the site consistently rings to extinction.

    This is a shame in all senses of the word.

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