Western Isles residents are encouraged to have their say on how to make local buses “better” as part of a nationwide survey organised by the Citizen’s Advice Scotland.

The "Your Bus, Your Say" survey will run from Sunday 8th October to Sunday 22nd October.

It comes as part of the Scottish Government’s preparations for a new Transport Bill being introduced in 2018.

The survey asks questions about bus services looking at issues such as punctuality, quality of service, cleanliness, driver attitudes and value for money. It also asks where bus services are most used and needed by individuals.

CAB Scotland is urging people from all of its areas to take part to help make a difference in planning bus services for the future.  

“All of the information and data received during the campaign will be analysed and reported on, and we’ll speak out on behalf of respondents by presenting their top priorities in relation to bus travel.”  

To view the survey visit the Western Isles Citizens Advice online at www.cas.org.uk/betterbuses or pick up a paper copy at local Citizens Advice Bureaux in Stornoway, Tarbert, Balivanich and Castlebay.

Keep up to date with the campaign by following on social media using #betterbuses.