Bus to work Header

Passengers on Bus to Work bus
Project CompleteThe Bus to Work service was terminated one month early at the end of February 2011 following a decline in passenger numbers after the Christmas period. Passengers took the view that an excellent service and support had been provided and that they had been given adequate time to address independent transport solutions of their own – the ideal outcome for any pilot programme! The service exceeded initial forecast outputs, providing 66 unemployed people from Bolsover district with transport to jobs they wouldn't have been able to access.

Ways to Work - Outputs


Outputs 08/09
12/13 Forecast Total

Unemployed people gaining employment

  87 197 95 76 455

16-18 year olds going into education, training or employment (that were previously NEET)

  5 10 13 4 32

Businesses assisted to improve performance

  11 38 27   76

Employees benefiting from training

  34 103 81   218
Transport initiatives to reduce barriers to accessing employment or training   5 5 1   11
Care leavers moving into employment, education or training   2 1 0   3

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