Denbighshire County Council is asking for passenger and community views on the bus services it supports financially.
The council says it is likely that further financial pressures in 2016/17 could potentially lead to further savings being needed through some bus services in the county.
However, it stresses this is a consultation and no decisions have been made.
A series of drop-in sessions are being arranged at three locations on November 13 where a member of Denbighshire’s Public Transport team and a member of Bus Users Cymru staff will be on hand to answer questions.
The sessions will take place at the following locations:
· 9.30am-11am Corwen Library
· 12pm-1.30pm County Hall Reception, Ruthin
· 2.30pm-4.30pm Denbigh Library
Passengers and communities are asked to comment on the options by visiting www.denbighshire.gov.uk/consultations
Those passengers wishing to find out more may also contact the service by e-mail: email@example.com or by phoning 01824 706964.
The closing date for the consultation is December 11.
Suggestions for services involving Llangollen are:
72 Betws GG-Ruthin
73 Ruthin Town Service
91 Melin y Wig-Llangollen
95 Melin y Wig-Wrexham
98 Llangollen –Llantysilio/Pentredwr
Revisions by reducing the number of vehicles on these services from two to one.
Offering a service six days a week by reducing the number of departures to Ruthin
on service 72 and operating a connecting service from Melin y Wig to Corwen for
Llangollen and Wrexham.
Ruthin Town Service reduced to two return journeys.
Ruthin-Llanelidan sees minor changes.
Services between Llangollen & Llantysilio/Pentredwr replaced by taxi on two days a
Bryneglwys-Wrexham service replaced by taxi to Llandegla for X50 on two days a
Offering a direct service, as now, from Melin y Wig to Llangollen and Wrexham and
from Betws GG to Ruthin but only on certain days of the week.
Ruthin town service withdrawn on all but two days a week.
As option 2 but withdrawing the twice a week journey at 1715 from Ruthin Leisure
Centre (1720 from Market Street).