BUS chiefs will sit down next week an attempt to thrash out a deal to get services back to Bradley's streets.
First Huddersfield had suspended a number of routes in the Keldregate area following a spate robberies including a chilling incident on Monday night where one driver was held up at gunpoint.
A man has since been arrested and charged with robbery.
Other services had been suspended in Meltham and Lepton but are now back.
First Huddersfield business director Graham Riley said things were moving in a positive direction, but admitted he was worried about drivers being seen as targets.
He added: "Drivers are worried about being targets, but their families are also worried which is a big thing.
"This applies to everywhere not just Bradley."
Mr Riley also said drivers did not make rich targets.
He added: "Our staff carry the minimum amount of cash at all times. Often they will deposit cash at the depot or canteen part way through a shift so they only have a very small amount on them."
Mr Riley said he was hopeful a deal could be reached with affected services getting back on the roads in a matter of days.