Bus services in the south of Huddersfield are to be reviewed.
Transport chiefs say they want to to see how they can be improved but it could mean timetable changes.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority, which supports the services in the area, says it wants to ensure public money is spent in “the most effective and efficient way”.
The 80-84, 231, 232, 241 and 262 services are operated by Elland-based Yorkshire Tiger, a subsidiary of Arriva, and which will be reviewing the operation alongside the WYCA.
Feedback from the consultation will help shape the network and new bus timetables, and new services will then come into operation in the summer.
Public consultation on the services will start on Monday (January 11) and run until Monday, February 15.
A statement from WYCA said: “We currently support services 80-84, 231, 232, 241 and 262 and, like most public bodies, WYCA wants to ensure public money is spent in the most effective and efficient way.
“WYCA and Yorkshire Tiger, who operate the services, would like to know what passengers think about the current network and how it can be improved.
“Feedback gained will be used to help shape the network and bus timetables.
“The new revised services will come into effect from July 2016.”
Anyone wanting to take part in the consultation can complete an online survey at https:// www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/southuddersfield , or go to one of a number of drop in sessions, where you can ask questions and make suggestions on how the service can be improved.
These are being held at Huddersfield Bus Station on Monday from 10.30am to 1.30pm, Mirfield Library & Information Centre on Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm, Clayton West Methodist Church on Tuesday, January 19, from noon to 3pm, Shepley Library & Information Centre on Friday, January 22, from 2pm to 5pm, Huddersfield Bus Station on Tuesday January 26, from 4pm to 7pm, Kirkburton Library & Information Centre, on Friday, January 29, from 10am to 12.30pm, and Denby Dale Pie Hall, on Thursday, February 4, from 11am to 2pm.