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  • Check Changes Before You Travel

    Check Changes Before You Travel

    As the days suddenly get darker earlier at the end of this month, there are also changes to bus, tram, tram/train and train services in South Yorkshire. With more reductions in journey frequency, it’s important to check on Travel South Yorkshire’s website before you travel. We’d like to hear from you how the changes are affecting you.

  • Cuts to more bus services ahead - how will this affect you?

    Cuts to more bus services ahead - how will this affect you?

    If you use public transport in the city then sadly we have been informed of another imminent round of cuts to many services. There is the opportunity to share how these cuts might impact you by joining a public meeting on Friday 22nd September, Friday 27th October and Tuesday 31st of October or sending feedback.

  • Accessibility of Smart Bus Ticket systems

    Accessibility of Smart Bus Ticket systems

    Sheffield Transport 4 All members have noticed additional smart ticket reading equipment arriving on buses in the City. Are you interested in the accessibility of the equipment, or the process of Tapping on and Tapping Off? If so this is your chance to find out more and talk about accessibility from reaching the machine, to what it means if you don’t successfully Tap Out.

  • Sheffield Transport 4 All Letter to new South Yorkshire Mayor

    Sheffield Transport 4 All Letter to new South Yorkshire Mayor

    Last week Sheffield Transport 4 All wrote to new Mayor Oliver Coppard highlighting key items of their response to the South Yorkshire Enhanced Bus Partnership. The letter calls for SYMCA to take more of a role in providing support for the group as the mayoral authority gains more influence over transport and moves this away from local authorities.

  • Call For Better Buses for South Yorkshire

    Call For Better Buses for South Yorkshire

    DPAC Sheffield, the local branch of national organisation Disabled People Against Cuts is taking part in a campaign calling for Better Buses in our region. The campaign brings together people and groups who want to see bus services improved for the benefit of passengers and communities. They also want a return to public control of buses in the area, with a link to a petition on the subject.

  • Nina's Victory for Disabled Bus Users

    Nina's Victory for Disabled Bus Users

    Following a successful legal challenge supported by the Equality and Human Rights Commission Arriva London North Ltd have taken positive measures to support disabled bus users.Drivers will undertake more disability equality training and adopt a pro-active approach to ensuring that disabled people using wheelchairs have access to priority spaces.

  • Give your Views on South Yorkshire's Bus Services

    Give your Views on South Yorkshire's Bus Services

    People from across South Yorkshire, whether they use a bus or not, are being asked for their views on bus services which will be used to inform an independent review announced by Mayor of Sheffield City Region Dan Jarvis earlier this year. Respondents have until 27th September to complete the survey.

  • Bus Driver Praised For Action On Accessibility

    A bus driver in Paris who ordered his passengers off to let a wheelchair user on his vehicle has been praised by disability groups. Francois Le Berre, who has multiple sclerosis, was in danger of being left stranded at his stop when the other passengers refused to move to enable him to take up one of the bus’s two wheelchair-accessible spots, until the driver intervened…..

  • What do you think of the new 'talking buses' in Sheffield?

    Five months on from the launch, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive would like your feedback on the new audio-visual displays on the 120 route buses in Sheffield.

  • Can you Sign Doug Paulley's Petition?

    After his Supreme Court victory, this petition asks the Government to use the Buses Bill to make non-disabled people vacate the wheelchair space on buses, if a disabled person needs it.

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