PEOPLE in Tayside and Fife will be able to play their part in shaping future bus services in the area when further consultation gets underway later this month.

The Tayside Bus Alliance is holding public drop-in events in Arbroath, Dundee, Perth and St Andrews to present its work so far and gather views on what comes next.

The key aim of the Tayside Bus Alliance is the delivery of targeted bus improvements such as bus priority measures, route and network design enhancements, in addition to wider measures to make bus services more attractive.

Priority measures can include bus lanes, junctions design and access, as well as supporting measures, including better service frequencies, routes, easier ticketing, bus vehicles and stop facilities.

The Alliance is now undertaking a public consultation to get views on the future direction of travel to improve public transport regionally and make bus services better. 

Public events are set to take place to improve travel by bus across Tayside and Northeast Fife in February and March 2023. 

Public drop-ins are open to everyone:

Public Drop-ins
DundeeDundee Central Library on 22 February between 10 and 6pm; 
Perth & KinrossPerth Civic Hall Perth & Kinross on 27 February between 9am and 5pm; 
AngusThe Brothock Gallery in Arbroath Library on 1 March between 11am and 6pm; and
St. AndrewsSt Andrews Bus Station, on the 2nd March between 10am and 6pm

For those unable to attend the drop-in sessions, or would like to provide more feedback, local people and businesses can provide feedback by completing an on-line survey, available at: