Tyne and Wear Public Transport Users Group is having their second Annual General Meeting of the year on Monday 26th November 2012.
The group invites public transport users to join them for discussions regarding priorities and improvements to Public Transport in Tyne and Wear.
The meeting will be held at St John Church Hall, Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne starting at 6pm with registration and refreshments.
PTUG is an entirely independent organisation formed by members of the public. Nexus assists PTUG in publicising activity and in meeting some research costs.
For full invitation and agenda from PTUG below:
We Invite You to Attend the Second AGM Of Tyne and Wear Public Transport Users Group (PTUG)on Monday 26TH November 2012 at St John Church Hall Grainger Street Newcastle.
6:00pm - Registration and Refreshment
6:30pm - Short AGM
6:45pm - Guest Speaker David Beer National Transport Groups Organiser of Passenger Focus (Passenger Focus is an independent organisation, funded by the Department of Transport, covering bus, trains and trams)
7:15pm - Discussion groups:
Discussion Group A: Building a Local PTUG Group in all Five Boroughs in Tyne and Wear.
Discussion Group B: Priorities for PTUG for Public Transport in Tyne and Wear.
Discussion Group C: Improving Travel for Disadvantaged Passengers.
PTUG wants people who use public transport to join with us, to influence the bus and rail operators plus Nexus (Local Government Officers) and the Integrated Transport Authority (Elected Councillors’), to improve our public transport.