Public Meeting: The Future of Cambridge Area’s Bus Services


On Saturday 15 June 2019 Cambridge Area Bus Users held their Annual General Meeting and followed it with a public meeting addressed by representatives of two local bus operators and an independent expert, who shared their visions for the future, and answered questions.

  • Ross Barton, Operations Director, Stagecoach East (Link to video)
  • Gary Forbes-Burns, Operations Support Manager at Ascendal Group (Whippet Coaches’ parent company) (Link to video)
  • Colin Harris, Cambridge Connect (Link to video)

This was followed with a general question and answer session. (Link to video)

Cambridge Area Bus Users Executive Committee would like to thank community reporter and blogger Antony Carpen (aka A Dragon’s Best Friend) for videoing these addresses and question and answer sessions.

Elections for the Cambridge Area Bus Users Executive Committee were as follows:

  • Chair: Anna Bradnam
  • Vice Chair: Wendy Blythe
  • Secretary: Richard Wood 
  • Treasurer: Richard Cushing

Additional members:

  • Jackie Cook
  • Neil Harris
  • Claire Daunton
  • Charlotte Cane

All were elected unopposed and confirmed by the meeting, nem con.

Minutes of the 2019 Annual General Meeting can be viewed/downloaded here. (PDF 305 KB)


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