Public transport passengers have a last chance to have their say on services in a consultation already undertaken by almost 1,000 people.
South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive is seeking people’s views on the journeys they take on public transport, what tickets they buy and how they buy them, and how they like their public transport information to be delivered.
It is also asking about transport interchanges, bus stops and the customer services that the transport executive provides.
David Young, SYPTE deputy interim director general, said: “The executive needs to look at further ways of saving money, which is why we are asking the public about how we provide public transport information and about our interchanges.
“The feedback we get will help us to plan how we deliver these services in the future.
“We have had to make some difficult choices over the past few years, and the financial environment remains challenging, but we are not currently working on plans to change the current concessionary travel offer or to cut the bus services funded by the executive.”
n Visit www.sypte.co.uk/haveyoursay to take part.