Is this OK?
WYCA wants to:
Over 80% of bus services in West Yorkshire are provided by bus companies on a commercial basis with no subsidy from WYCA. The remainder of services are supported by public funds provided by WYCA. This money supports many early morning, rural, evening and Sunday services. WYCA, like most public bodies, has limited funds and we need to ensure this money is spent in the most effective way.
We are interested in hearing from passengers who use the local bus network and are inviting them to share their views. Public consultations will also be held on a district by district basis on changes to the bus services funded by WYCA.
A review of services 435 and 436 begins on Monday 8 September and runs until Monday 6 October.
Consultation regarding the Calderdale Bus Review has now closed. Outcome information will be available in late 2014 with services changing in January 2015.
Are core services changing? These services are unlikely to change although there may be some minor changes to the timetables
Are local bus services changing?Most services will be unchanged; however, poorly used journeys may be withdrawn and there may be minor changes to the timetables.
Will WYCA funded services be changing?
Changes are likely to many of these services and public consultation will therefore focus on these routes.
We may need to withdraw some poorly used services or provide a cheaper alternative service. In some places links to the local “hub” will be provided, where passengers can change onto a more frequent bus or train service to complete their journey.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can write to us at:FREEPOST BUS CONSULTATION TEAM (METRO)
The outcome of the consultations and tender process will be made available on the relevant bus review web pages.
WYCA has carried out a number of bus service reviews details of these can be found at the following links:
Areas and Bus Services reviewed for changes in 2014.
Areas and Bus Services reviewed for changes in 2013.
Areas and Bus Services reviewed for changes in 2012.