Bosses at transport group First have invited customers to comment on bus services in Huddersfield at a drop-in session in the town.
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman and Colne Valley counterpart Jason McCartney will also attend the event, which will be held from 9am to noon and 5pm to 8pm on Thursday at the Old Court Room at Huddersfield Town Hall.
The event is part of a programme set up by First to enable customers to meet management teams face-to-face to discuss what they like about the services and where First can improve further.
First said it had introduced a number of positive initiatives in Huddersfield, including a ï¿½1.5m investment in new buses on the 328 service between Balmoral Avenue and Bradley, which have the latest features, including wi-fi and leather seats.
It has also introduced a new £12 weekly ticket which has proved popular with customers.
Oliver Howarth, area service delivery manager for First in Huddersfield, said: “This is a great opportunity for passengers and potential bus users to speak directly with bus company managers responsible for buses in Huddersfield.
“We also welcome the support of Mr McCartney and Mr Sheerman whose presence will ensure that customers will be able to have a wider debate about bus services in the area.
“We value what people tell us and feedback from the travelling public is always welcome to ensure we can improve our services.”