BUS users in Huddersfield can have their say on a new blueprint of services in West Yorkshire.
Copies of the draft Bus Strategy, produced by Metro, will be available in Huddersfield bus station next Thursday for people to give their views.
The document sets out the way in which Metro would like to see bus services develop over the next six years.
It forms part of the statutory Local Transport Plan from 2006 and 2011 produced by Metro and five West Yorkshire district councils, including Kirklees.
It aims to improve reliability, punctuality and quality and have better service co-ordination.
A fall in boarding and journey times and simpler ticketing are also planned.
Metro chairman Clr Karam Hussein said: "Our market research and consultation tells us that services are not reliable enough and that people find the number of services and operators confusing.
"The Bus Strategy seeks to improve reliability and punctuality, as well as providing services and ticketing for an integrated network.
"We are concerned at the way bus fares have risen steeply over recent years. The Bus Strategy seeks to make travel more affordable."
Consultation has already been carried out with bus user groups and individuals to produce the strategy.
The new consultations at bus stations aim to make sure Metro has interpreted people's views correctly.
These comments will be fed into the final plan.
The document will be available between 10am and 4pm on Thursday.
It can also be viewed and downloaded from Metro's Local Transport Plan website at www.wyltp.com and comments emailed to Trans port.Plan@wypte.gov.uk