ARRIVA Bus chiefs say they will not resume services in Bradley until the police protect their drivers and passengers.
But Huddersfield police's community safety inspector, Dave Barnett, says they have done everything they can and the problem has been solved.
Evening services stopped on November 5 after a bus driver was robbed.
On November 13 another driver was robbed at knifepoint at 10am.
A decision was then taken to stop all services along Keldregate.
First Huddersfield buses were also targeted and services were stopped.
But First started their buses again after a man was arrested, charged and remanded in custody in connection with the attacks.
Phil Booker, commercial director of Arriva Yorkshire, said that until there was a total reassurance that the violence towards drivers and the attacks of vandalism were over no buses would run.
He said: "We cannot risk it. We have a duty to protect our drivers and the public.
"Of course, you can never tell exactly when or where a crime might happen. But we still feel there is not enough in place to stop it happening again in Keldregate.
"People should remember that travelling by bus is still one of the safest possible ways to travel. Incidents like these are few and far between and since we stopped routing through Keldregate we have had no problems."
But Insp Barnett said he could not understand why the buses have not been resumed.
He said the area now had more police patrols and a community beat officer was working in Keldregate.
"I believe Keldregate is now safe for bus services to begin again," he said.
"We have extra officers in the area and it has been quiet lately. I would be delighted to see the services up and running once more.
"A man was arrested in connection with the attacks on drivers and we have also clamped down on anti-social behaviour in the area.
"We are trying to get anti-social behaviour orders put on some of the people who were causing trouble," said Insp Barnett.
"If Arriva think we should be doing more I am willing to get back into some kind of dialogue to try and get buses running again."