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Consultation

Cheshire East Council agreed on 10 October 2017 to consult the public on the suite of policies for supporting travel to school. The proposals would bring the authority in line with many other councils locally and across the country, who have already reviewed their school travel in line with national government requirements.

The consultation will make clear what travel support the Council is required to provide and seek views on what, if any, exceptions the Council should consider. Any proposals for exceptions to be considered need to be supported by a clear rationale.

The consultation period runs from Wednesday October 18 to Wednesday December 6. The questionnaire can be completed online using the below link — or for a paper copy contact 0300 123 5012.

Find out more about the Consultation and give your views

See more information about the Consultation on CEC's Transport pages

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