- Read the Bus Connects plans for your area. More information on Route 10, Route 11, Route 12.
- Find out how this will affect you and your community.
- If you have received a letter from the NTA regarding possible CPO, make an appointment with them to outline your concerns and seek information.
- Attend local public meetings/forums.
- Talk to neighbours, friends, family.
- Lobby your local elected representatives to support you and your community.
- Organise within your community to pool information and resources.
- Use social and traditional media to highlight your issues.
- Seek professional advice if necessary (estate agent, engineer, traffic consultant, historians etc.)
- To acquire land, it must be shown that there is a necessary and pressing social need. Therefore, it is essential for those affected by these proposals to demonstrate that there is an equal and valuable competing need for villages, communities, heritage, local economy, the environment, safety etc.
Submit your observations and comments to the NTA during public consultation.