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  • Accessible Bus Stop Realtime Information Trial

    Accessible Bus Stop Realtime Information Trial

    A new method for accessing real time bus information is currently being trialled in the City Centre. It is designed to make bus departure information available to all with audio announcements made on request using a push button. You now have the opportunity to give feedback on the audio and the visual elements of the information system at consultations@disabilitysheffield.org.uk.

  • Guide Dog Charity Calling for Talking Buses

    The Guide Dogs Association is making a call to the Government to speed up their promises over Talking Buses by asking people to contact their MP.Two years ago, it was announced that all buses nationally were to become Talking Buses, meaning that they would be fitted with audio visual announcements. However they still haven’t told bus companies when and how this will happen.

  • Have Your Say On Bus Service Changes Proposals

    Through the four bus partnerships in the county, local bus operators are seeking views and feedback on proposed changes including improvements in service frequency along key corridors and improved access to employment.The consultation runs until Sunday 9 December 2018 and gives you the chance to tell local bus operators what you think before changes are implemented in February 2019

  • Supertram Rail Replacement - Suspensions to Service

    The process of replacing Supertram rails throughout Sheffield will begin in late May and run through to mid September.This will mean that replacement bus services will operate where tram services are suspended. Make sure you know when your area will be affected.

  • Bus Access For Wheelchair Users Update

    Although the final Supreme Court ruling fell short of making it a legal requirement for bus companies to compel non-wheelchair passengers to move from the space, the Government has now said it aims to implement new measures including clearer signs saying wheelchair users have priority and powers for drivers to eject passengers who refuse to move.

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