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Passengers invited to have their say on Sheffield bus services

 

20 March 2015

 

TRANSPORT bosses in Sheffield are seeking passengers’ views on city bus services.

Bus users can give feedback about their service to Sheffield Bus Partnership partners Stagecoach in Sheffield, First South Yorkshire, Sheffield Community Transport, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive and Sheffield City Council at drop-in events at:

 Barker’s Pool in Sheffield city centre on 24 March from 11am - 4pm
 Chapeltown Library on 26 March from 12 – 3pm
 Firth Park Centre for Life on 27 March from 12 – 3pm
 Hillsborough Interchange on 31 March from 3 – 6pm
 Stocksbridge Library on 1 April from 12.30 – 3.30pm
 Berkeley Centre on Ecclesall Road on 9 April from 11am – 2pm
 Woodseats Library on 10 April from 10am – 1pm
 Crystal Peaks bus station on 15 April from 11am – 4pm
 Manor Top Library on 16 April from 1 – 4pm

People can also have their say online until Friday 17 April 2015 in a survey at travelsouthyorkshire.com/sbp

SYPTE Deputy Interim Director General, David Young, said: “The Sheffield Bus Partnership has been a huge success since it launched in 2012. Millions of extra passengers are using local services, more buses are running on time, complaints are falling and people are benefitting from new links and better frequencies.

“We want to build on the strong foundations developed over the last three years. Feedback from members of the public is vital in helping us to do this, so we can continue to shape the bus network around passenger needs.

“The drop-in sessions and survey provide a great opportunity for the people of Sheffield to tell the Bus Partnership about what they like about their bus services and any areas for improvement.”

The groundbreaking Sheffield Bus Partnership aims to improve the city’s bus offer so that the number of people using it grows. It is providing passengers with a simpler bus network, coordinated timetables, tickets that can be used on buses or trams, more services on many routes, fewer changes to timetables, and more buses with low-floor-access.

For more information visit sheffieldbuspartnership.co.uk