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At the bus stop, your 8-digit bus stop number should be on the bus flag. All stop numbers in West Yorkshire begin with 450 and are then followed by five more digits to ensure that they are all unique.
Some older bus stops may only show a five digit number, but in these rare cases all you need to do is add 450 to the front of that number.
The 8-digit bus stop number will also be on the bus timetable display, in the top left hand corner.
On the internet, you can find out your bus stop number by visiting the yournextbus site, then by choosing a service number, by entering a postcode, or by using the map.
If you enter a bus service number, this will bring up a list of all the bus stops that are served by that route (you can expand the route by choosing the plus symbol).
The yournextbus WAP site also allows access to a list of stops which are served by any bus route in West Yorkshire.
If your bus stop does not display the 8-digit bus stop number, please let Metro know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org