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Quality Bus Partnerships

Quality Partnership Schemes are agreements between the council and local bus operators to improve the quality of services and facilities within the scheme area.

They may be between one council and a bus company or more than one of either.

Typically the council will undertake to provide bus priority measures, new bus stops and/or real time information systems.

In return bus operators provide new vehicles with improved levels of accessibility and environmental performance and/or enhanced driver training. They may also provide an enhanced level of service.

There are two types of partnership:

  • Voluntary Quality Bus Partnership
  • Statutory Quality Bus Partnership

They key difference is that Statutory Quality Bus Partnerships are backed up by a legally-enforceable agreement.

Additionally, councils can have greater control over timetables and fares through the introduction of Quality Contract Schemes.

Statutory Quality Bus Partnership Schemes

There are currently two Statutory Quality Bus Partnership Schemes in Nottinghamshire.

Mansfield Statutory Quality Partnership

The scheme came into effect on 5 May 2013.

Find out more about the Mansfield Statutory Quality Partnership [PDF]

Beeston Statutory Quality Partnership

The Scheme came into effect on 1 July 2015.

Find out more about the Beeston Statutory Quality Partnership [PDF]

Worksop Voluntary Quality Bus Partnership Agreement

In October 2015 the council signed a Voluntary Quality Partnership Agreement with Stagecoach East Midlands covering bus services in Worksop.

Further Information

If you require any further information, please contact Nottinghamshire Transport and Travel Services:

Email: passengertransport@nottscc.gov.uk

TBH - Transport & Travel Services
Nottinghamshire County Council
County Hall
West Bridgford

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