A petition to save Sheffield city centre’s free bus service has attracted more than 1,000 signatures.
The FreeBee bus, which offers free travel across key retail areas, is set to stop operating tomorrow, a victim of budget cuts.
Earlier this year, traders at the Moor Market voiced fears that losing the service could impact the building’s footfall.
Now Sheffield resident and market user Valerie Wilson, aged 64, of Jedburgh Street, Wincobank, has launched a petition in a bid to get the service reinstated.
She said: “The FreeBee Bus needs to be kept on. It’s very bad timing. There are a lot of people down here and they are all supporting me because they need the FreeBee bus to be kept on.
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