Transport bosses are reminding people to have their say on proposed changes to some of Sheffield’s bus routes.
Sheffield Bus Partnership is giving people the opportunity to comment on proposals for significant alterations to a number of the city’s bus services.
Operators First and Stagecoach say the changes aim to ‘improve’ the bus network – although some evening and Sunday services are being cut.
The public consultation closes at midnight on Friday.
Services set for alterations are 11/12, 13/13A, 17, 17A, 20/20A, 25, 35-37, 57, 66, 66A, 81, 82, 85, M92, 95 and SL1.
Passengers can discuss their feedback personally and get more information by attending a ‘drop-in session’ at Sheffield Interchange between 4pm and 5.30pm today.
Planned changes to the bus network, due to be implemented in October, will be the first since the Bus Partnership was created in autumn 2012.
n Full details of the changes are on the Sheffield Bus Partnership website – www.sheffieldbuspartnership.co.uk – or available at transport interchanges.