Iver Village has hardly any public transport running through it. The few buses that do go through the village aren't going to places that people actually need to get to, are expensive, and are badly scheduled.
The village also has very busy main streets with many cars and HGVs going through them every day.
This subcommittee checks what will make people use public transport more, plans better routes and timetables, and encourages the council and bus companies to implement them. It also works to reduce the use of private cars, encourage car-shares, and remove HGVs from the road (together with the Air Quality Subcommittee)
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