LANCASHIRE County Council is reminding residents that they still have time to share their views about proposals to revise a Ribble Valley bus route.
The number 10 service currently runs between Clitheroe and Settle every two hours from Mondays to Saturdays.
The service is subsidised by Lancashire County Council and costs the authority £265,000 each year. LCC says the service carries only four passengers per journey every week and the income generated by the service covers just eight per cent of the operating costs.
The county council is proposing to revise the timetable, so the service only runs every two hours on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Parish and district councils, residents, bus operators and other partners were invited to share their views in a consultation that began on August 1. The consultation ends on Friday September 6, meaning people still have time to make any comments.
Email Lcc.firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Bus and Supported Transport Manager, Lancashire County Council, Room D3, PO Box 100, County Hall, Preston, PR1 0LD with views on the planned changes.