Want better bus services for Casey? Have your say!

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Over 47,000 Casey residents work in the City of Casey or Greater Dandenong but only two per cent of them use public transport to get to work. We need to have the best possible bus network to ensure our local residents can get to work to ease pressure off our ailing road network.

The City of Casey is requesting that the State Government improves public transport infrastructure.

Priorities include:

  • Bus services to every estate
  • Buses linking to train timetables
  • Frequent services operating every morning to late evening, seven days a week.

Help shape Council's advocacy campaign by telling us your public transport story!

Over 47,000 Casey residents work in the City of Casey or Greater Dandenong but only two per cent of them use public transport to get to work. We need to have the best possible bus network to ensure our local residents can get to work to ease pressure off our ailing road network.

The City of Casey is requesting that the State Government improves public transport infrastructure.

Priorities include:

  • Bus services to every estate
  • Buses linking to train timetables
  • Frequent services operating every morning to late evening, seven days a week.

Help shape Council's advocacy campaign by telling us your public transport story!

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  • How often do you use a public bus to get around Casey? What is your most common destination?

    over 6 years ago
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    We understand that Casey’s public transport network needs rejuvenation; Casey needs more direct and frequent bus services to adequately cater to growing demand.   

    Council is advocating to the Victorian Government for a commitment to the complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015 and your public transport stories can help our campaign!

    We understand that Casey’s public transport network needs rejuvenation; Casey needs more direct and frequent bus services to adequately cater to growing demand.   

    Council is advocating to the Victorian Government for a commitment to the complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015 and your public transport stories can help our campaign!

  • Are you able to walk to a bus stop from your home? How long does that walk take you?

    over 6 years ago
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    72 per cent of Casey residents have said they were willing to use public transport more often if improvements were made. Casey residents have indicated that they are willing to walk further for a more direct and frequent service.

    Council is advocating to the Victorian Government for a commitment to the complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015 and your public transport stories can help our campaign!

    72 per cent of Casey residents have said they were willing to use public transport more often if improvements were made. Casey residents have indicated that they are willing to walk further for a more direct and frequent service.

    Council is advocating to the Victorian Government for a commitment to the complete implementation of a direct and frequent bus network along Casey’s main traffic routes by 2015 and your public transport stories can help our campaign!

  • What times of the day do you use a public bus? And how long do you have to wait between services?

    over 6 years ago
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    77 per cent of Casey residents have said that Casey needs more peak hour services as a priority.

    Your public transport stories will help our campaign to ask the Victorian Government for more services, more often. Our goal is for our buses to run at a 20 minute frequency with 10 minute frequencies on key corridors. Have your say and help shape your community!

    77 per cent of Casey residents have said that Casey needs more peak hour services as a priority.

    Your public transport stories will help our campaign to ask the Victorian Government for more services, more often. Our goal is for our buses to run at a 20 minute frequency with 10 minute frequencies on key corridors. Have your say and help shape your community!

  • What additional bus routes/destinations do you think are needed for Casey residents?

    over 8 years ago
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  • What needs to be done to make bus travel a viable transport alternative for you?

    over 8 years ago
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  • How often should bus services run for people to leave their cars at home?

    about 7 years ago
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