A NEW bus is just the ticket for Holme Valley people.
It connects from their homes to Huddersfield's railway station - enabling them to travel on by rail to Leeds or Manchester.
Just one ticket is needed for the entire journey.
Buses on services 309 to 316 are being rebranded as the Holmfirth Connection.
Passengers buy their combined bus and rail ticket on the bus, as a day return or a seven-day pass.
Vernon Barker, manager director of rail operator Transpennine Express, said: "The easier it becomes to make the connection at Huddersfield station, the simpler it becomes for passengers to think about making the journey without their cars."
Buses run every 10 minutes through to 7pm, with evening and Sunday services every 20 minutes.
A late-night bus will run from Huddersfield railway station at midnight.
The Holmfirth Connection initiative has been launched after Metro and First won £387,000 Government cash.