PEOPLE in Brighouse have been asked for their views on a revamped bus station.
Metro is inviting people to view its revised plans for the redevelopment of the building.
The plans are to go on public display in the town this month.
Clr Geoff Wainwright, a Metro spokesman, said it was important people had a say.
He added: "We have updated the plans to overcome issues encountered with the previous design.
"We are confident the revised scheme will deliver a high-quality facility.
"We will be providing passengers with covered modern waiting areas with monitored CCTV, new seating and signs and improved lighting.
"There will also be high-tech passenger information, including satellite-linked real time electronic departure displays."
The new station will also have improved pedestrian links, landscaping and pavement resurfacing.
The work will mean that the bus station meets latest accessibility standards for disabled people.
People can see the plans on display at Brighouse Library and Civic Hall and the existing bus station from Friday, June 23, to Friday, June 30.
Metro staff will be there to discuss the plans on the following dates and times:
Saturday, June 24: 9am to 12.30pm in the Civic Hall;
Monday, June 26: 9am to 5pm in the Civic Hall;
Tuesday, June 27: 10.30am to 7pm in the library;
Wednesday, June 28: 7.30am to 4.30pm in the bus station;
Friday, June 30: 9am to 12.30pm in the bus station.