HUDDERSFIELD'S biggest bus operator is putting up some fares - blaming the rise in fuel prices.
Passengers on First buses will pay the surcharge from Saturday.
Increases include 5p on 45p, 75p and £1.05 single fares.
Company bosses apologised for the move they say is forced on them.
Commercial director Nigel Winter said: "We regret the need to change some of our fares and tickets due to circumstances beyond our control."
Travellers on First buses in Huddersfield and Calderdale are affected.
But FirstDay and FirstWeek passes stay unchanged at £2.70 and £11.
The move follows rises by airlines and ferry companies because of fuel costs.
First added its red and purple zone weekly tickets would be replaced by a new ticket – FirstWeek12Tripper.
For £8.50, buyers can get 12 trips taken within seven days on First buses in the Huddersfield and Halifax area.