Sheffield bus passengers urged to have their say on changes to network

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Sheffield bus passengers are being urged to have their say on proposals to improve the city’s bus network.

Views on the plans, which include better access to employment and training sites, can be given to the Sheffield Bus Partnership as part of a public consultation exercise running until Friday, July 31.

Feedback will be used before bus service changes are implemented from October 31.

Councillor Terry Fox, Sheffield Council’s cabinet member for transport and the environment, said: “I would encourage people across Sheffield to take part in this consultation and have their say on plans to improve bus services in the city.

“It’s easy to take part – whether online, on a paper feedback form or in person – so it would be great if as many people as possible joined in and helped to shape the future of bus travel in Sheffield.”

Feedback forms are available at Sheffield and Rotherham interchanges and online by visiting

Consultation drop-in sessions are being held at Meadowhall Interchange on July 8, Bradway Community Hall on July 10, Chapeltown Community Centre on July 11, Ecclesfield Library on July 13, Fox Hill Involve Community Hub on July 14, Firth Park Centre For Life on July 15, Woodhouse Library on July 16, Sheffield Interchange on July 17, Arundel Gate Interchange on July 18, Crystal Peaks Library on July 20, Hillsborough Interchange on July 21 and Bents Green Methodist Church on July 22.