09 - Bus infrastructure improvements (bus stops and real time passenger information)

Improvements are proposed to key bus stops throughout Burgess Hill to include improved passenger waiting facilities and provision of additional Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) screens to support increased use and service improvements to be delivered via the Brookleigh (Northern Arc) development.

The current proposals identify a number of existing bus stops that experience higher levels of passenger patronage and would support improvements and installation of RTPI.

The proposals were subject to public engagement in May and June 2020 and have been developed further following this engagement to prepare proposed improvements that will be subject to further public engagement before being finalised.

Bus infrastructure improvements – scheme overview

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