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Sheffield Bus Partnership

The Sheffield Bus Partnership is a voluntary agreement between SYPTE, Sheffield City Council and bus operators First South Yorkshire, Stagecoach Sheffield, TM Travel and Sheffield Community Transport.


It aims to provide a better coordinated network of buses and trams in Sheffield, making it easier to travel around the city.


Voluntary Partnership Agreement

To read the agreement click here.

Public consultation

Sheffield Bus Partnership consulted on plans for a revised city-wide bus network from 6 - 31 July 2015. Around 2,500 people gave their views.

- read a summary of Sheffield Bus Partnership's consultation results

Sheffield's revised bus network and lower priced multi-operator tickets were agreed by Sheffield City Region Combined Authority Transport Committee at their meeting on 1 September 2015 and form part of a package of local bus objectives drawn in the Sheffield City Region Devolution Deal

Sheffield Bus Partnership's network changes were introduced on 1 November 2015.

More information

For more information about Sheffield Bus Partnership, including bus timetables and network maps, visit: