Customer Forums - come along and have your say!

Merseytravel’s Autumn Customer Forums will take place next week (14 – 18 October) giving people from across Merseyside the opportunity to air their views on transport and the way they travel.

Each of the forums, held in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral between 1.30pm to 3.00pm, offer people the chance to meet local councillors, representatives from Merseytravel, and transport operators including Arriva, Stagecoach, Northern Rail and Merseyrail.

The Forums aim to keep Merseytravel’s customers at the forefront, giving up to date information and travel advice, receiving suggestions and feeding back on our progress.

Merseytravel Lead Member for Corporate and Social Responsibility, Cllr Malcolm Sharp, said: “Customer Forums are a great way for us to get to know what people in the local community have to say.

“We’ve already been able to act upon a number of requests from previous Customer Forums and the October events will give us the opportunity to feed back directly to those concerned and to consider any new requests.”

Customer Forums are free to attend and are open to anyone on Merseyside who uses, or has an interest in transport across the region. A full schedule of the Customer Forums will be posted on the Merseytravel website www.merseytravel.gov.uk or email: forums@merseytravel.gov.uk

Liverpool - Monday 14 October 2013
No 1 Mann Island
PO Box 1976
Liverpool L69 3HN

Sefton - Tuesday 15 October 2013
Christ Church
Lord Street
Southport PR8 1AA

Wirral - Wednesday 16 October 2013
Lauries Centre
142 Claughton Road
Wirral CH41 6EY

Knowsley - Thursday 17 October 2013
Kirkby Leisure Centre
Cherryfield Drive
Kirkby L32 8SA

St Helens - Friday 18 October 2013
Peter Street Community Centre
Peter Street
St Helens WA10 2EQ

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