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Question time on Arran airs people’s priorities

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Pressure is to be put on ferry and bus operators on Arran to improve timetables and connections. A ‘Question Time’ style-session with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and cabinet members at Arran High School on Monday heard that unless foot passengers can ‘sprint’ off the ferries, buses often leave without them.

It means people going to the north of the island have to wait two and a half hours before their next connection, according to one woman, who also wanted to see improved communication from CalMac letting people struggling with mobility and luggage know that assistance was available.

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