Student President Update: Bus Transport

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During the 2019/20 academic session so far Emmanuel Akerele, your Student President (Education and Welfare), and Ursula Ojiji, Student President (Communication and Democracy) have been working in partnership with the University's Estates Department and First Bus Aberdeen to monitor the bus transport situation. 

After several meetings and on-street observations of traffic, First Aberdeen have provided more buses during 'peak' hours (8:10am - 9:10am) to cope with the large number of users trying to make their way to the RGU campus.

We will continue to work together to monitor the service and suggest improvements. Do you have any comments on how this development has had an impact on your student experience, or suggestions on how this service could be improved?

If you do, please use the comment box below. All comments received are anonymous.

 

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