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Student Shuttle bus survey results

The chart below shows the proportion of students using each of the two shuttle services. A much larger proportion of students are using the Kirkstall Brewery service.

Student Shuttle bus survey results

If students aren’t using the service then they either prefer to use another mode of transport or the service does not suit their needs.

If students aren’t using the service then they either prefer to use another mode of transport or the service does not suit their needs.

When asked how often they use the service, most respondents (77 students at Kirkstall Brewery and 16 students at Sugarwell Court) use the service 2-3 times per week.

When asked how often they use the service, most respondents (77 students at Kirkstall Brewery and 16 students at Sugarwell Court) use the service 2-3 times per week.

The majority of respondents (155 students) walk to University if they don’t use the shuttle bus.

76% of students found travelling to the University campus easy. This is positive feedback for the shuttle service.

When students were asked has the shuttle bus service made their halls of residence more attractive, overall 83% of students indicated that they did.

When students were asked has the shuttle bus service made their halls of residence more attractive, overall 83% of students indicated that they did.

In the follow up question did the students think that the shuttle bus would influence them when choosing their halls of residence next year, 117 students indicated that it would have a major influence on their choice.

Finally, when asked in the survey were there any further comments they would like to add 47 students mentioned increasing the frequency and/or extending the timetable. There were 17 positive comments on the driver, 17 positive comments on the service itself and 17 comments on struggling to get a seat at certain times of day and suggesting that a larger bus is needed.

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