Largest ever changes to West Yorkshire bus timetables come into force

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A raft of timetable changes to buses across West Yorkshire - one of the largest ever to take place - have come into force.

With over 180 - more than a third - of the county’s bus services changing, West Yorkshire Combined Authority is encouraging passengers to visit its travel information website to see if their service is affected.

Most of the changes being introduced by WYCA are minor timing alterations aimed at improving punctuality and journey times, although some services will be altered. Among the more significant changes is the extension of service 12 which will provide better links between Leeds city centre, Middleton and the White Rose Centre.

Meanwhile, passengers in the Pudsey area will also see some improvements to services 4 and 4G, which have resulted from recent public meetings about services in the area.

To view the timetable changes, visit www.wymetro.com/changes

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