Council confirm NO plans to cut Merstham Bus service

Surrey County Council officers have confirmed that Metrobus has no intention of withdrawing the vital bus service from Merstham despite the alarmist headlines in the local media. Since the article was published many concerned residents have contacted Merstham councillors expressing fears about the impact of the removal of Merstham’s bus services. The Merstham bus service […]

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Petition to reroute 430/435 buses the original road route

Merstham resident Glyn Trathan has taken advantage of Surrey County Council’s online ePetition service to call for the 430/435 Metrobuses from Merstham to Reigate to follow the original bus route via Delebole Road and Radstock way and ending the new one way route via Chilmark Gardens.

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Merstham Neighbourhood Meeting – Wed 14th July

The next Merstham Police Neighbourhood Panel meeting will be held on Wednesday 14th July at 7.30pm in the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.
The Merstham Neighbourhood Panel is your opportunity as residents to meet with your Local Councillors, Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team and other Local Representatives to discuss issues or concerns you may have.

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Merstham Neighbourhood Panel – Wed 19th May

The next Merstham Police Neighbourhood Panel meeting will be held on Wednesday 19th May at 7.30pm in the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.
The Merstham Neighbourhood Panel is your opportunity as residents to meet with your Local Councillors, Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team and other Local Representatives to discuss issues or concerns you may have.

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Roads budget funding for repairs is only papering over the cracks

Surrey Country Council Leader Dr Andrew Povey has described the country wide budget announcement of an extra £100 million funding for road repairs nationally will only allow councils to “paper over the cracks”.
He welcomed the emergency funds, Dr Povey stressed that at least £200 million is needed in Surrey alone to get its roads into a good enough condition.

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Work begins to replace local streetlights

Work has began to rid Surrey of its night time orange glow and replace it with the clarity of brighter white lights, increasing visibility and making the county’s streets safer for motorists and pedestrians.

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Time is running out to comment on Merstham bus service changes

Time is running out to comment on proposed changes to Merstham’s bus services 430 and 435. Residents have until this Sunday 31st Jab to give their views on changes to local bus services. Routes effected in Merstham are the 430 (Merstham – Frenches Road – Redhill – East Surrey Hospital – Mead Vale – Woodhatch) and the 435 (Merstham – Nutfield Rd – Watercolour – Redhill – Royal Earlswood Park – East Surrey Hospital – Whitebushes – Woodhatch – South Park – Reigate)

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