Intalink Enhanced Partnership Public Consultation
This consultation opened on 16 September 2019.
This consultation closed on 11 November 2019.
Any responses will be published here.
Hertfordshire County Council and the county's bus operators are proposing to enhance the bus network in Hertfordshire.
The Intalink Partnership is a unique collaboration between Hertfordshire County Council, bus rail operators, district and borough councils. It has been established in Hertfordshire for over 20 years. The partnership has been successful in improving the experience of bus passengers and making passenger transport a more attractive option by delivering a range of publicity and information, digital communications including a website and m-ticket app and other ticketing schemes.
Hertfordshire County Council has engaged in an extensive period of negotiations with bus operators and local authorities and together developed a proposal for a new Intalink Bus Strategy and Enhanced Partnership Plan and Scheme.
Bus Services support social and economic development and are an integral part of the local public transport system. Passenger transport, of which buses are a key component, are an enabler to growth and feature prominently in the Local Transport Plan 4 to support growth in Hertfordshire.
The proposals do not recommend changing any existing contracted bus services and is intended to strengthen and make more attractive the commercially operated services.
This was an exciting opportunity for you to contribute to the vision for bus services in Hertfordshire.
Intalink Bus Strategy September 2019 (PDF 2MB) Opening in a new window
Intalink Enhanced Partnership Plan and Scheme v4.5 (PDF 502KB)Opening in a new window
Intalink bus strategy easy read (PDF 1MB) Opening in a new window