Delays to 10, 10A, and 10B bus routes in 2022

James Maxwell made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Merseytravel

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I am writing to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act.

Please provide a list of delays to the 10, 10A, and 10B bus routes from January 2022 until the present; broken down by the route, length of delay, and reason for the delay.

Yours faithfully,
James Maxwell

Information Management,

 
Dear James
 
Thank you for your recent correspondence, which has been received by the
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and Merseytravel. Please use the
reference number 1431504 in any future correspondence on this matter.
 
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Andy Henderson
Senior Information Management Officer | 1 Mann Island, Liverpool, L3 1BP
Office: 0151 330 1679 |
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Henderson, Andrew,

1 Atodiad

Dear Mr Maxwell

 

Thank you for your recent request made under the Freedom of Information
Act.

 

By way of background, currently under a deregulated bus network, routes
operate either on a commercial or subsidised basis; commercial routes make
up the majority of the region’s network, and occur where passenger numbers
are high enough for bus companies to make a profit from providing the
service. Subsidised routes are supported by organisations such as
Merseytravel using funding from the Government, and run when passengers
numbers are lower (meaning the route cannot make a profit) but address a
significant social need (i.e. to connect communities without access to
other public transport).

 

The 10, 10A and 10B bus routes are run by Arriva and Stagecoach on a
commercial basis, meaning that Merseytravel is not involved in their
delivery. As a result, we do not hold any information regarding their
punctuality.

 

We understand that route performance data is submitted by bus operators to
the Department for Transport, so you may wish to redirect your enquiry to
them via their website at [1]this link. As the routes run on a commercial
basis, however, it may be that the information is deemed commercially
sensitive and cannot be disclosed.

 

I am sorry that we could not be of any further assistance on this
occasion.

 

If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request, you have the
right to ask for an internal review, which should be addressed to:

                Mrs Julie Watling

                Legal, Democratic Services & Procurement Manager

                Merseytravel

                PO Box 1976

                Liverpool

                L69 3HN

                [2][email address]

 

If you are not content with the result of your internal review, you also
have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner, whose address
is

                The Information Commissioner’s Office,

                Wycliffe House,

                Water Lane,

                Wilmslow,

                Cheshire SK9 5AF

                [3]www.ico.org.uk

 

Andy Henderson

 

Senior Information
Management Officer |
Merseytravel | Mann
Island, PO Box 1976,
Liverpool, L69 3HN

Office: 0151 330 1679 |
Email:
[4][Merseytravel request email]

 

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