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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 9th March 2017 > Commuters left in the dark over bus timetable changes

Commuters left in the dark over bus timetable changes

A CONSULTATION event was held in Fort William on Wednesday (March 1) in a bid to shed light on changes to bus services.

But a local councillor says he remains concerned as he believes local bus users are no clearer on what is happening and how the changes will affect them.

Highland Council public transport contracts have been renewed, with changes expected to take effect in April, as reported in last week’s Oban Times.

The council says it is pleased to have been able to retain the same level of service on the majority of routes but, owing to financial constraints, some have been reduced.

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