Residents of Aylesbury estates have hit out at changes to bus timetables which came into force this week.
Reductions in services have come as part of alterations in routes to serve the growing housing estate at Berryfields.
Residents are up in arms over the cutting of the Green Route 4 service which served Southcourt, Walton Court and Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
The route is now catered for by the RedLine 321 service and instead of buses every 20 minutes, services now only come every two hours during the week.
At weekends, there are now no services in the area.
Pat Monaflyrskyj, who lives in Old Stoke Road, described the changes to services as ‘diabolical’.
She said: “What Bucks County Council has done is terrible.
“We have not been consulted about these changes at all and new timetables were not issued before the changes to the service.
“It makes life very difficult for elderly people who rely on the service.
“It was very well used and I feel that cutting it is completely the wrong decision.”
In a statement Transport for Buckinghamshire said: “Although the old Green Route 4 bus was reasonably well used, almost all of the passengers boarded along the sections of route also served by Red Route 9 and as a result Arriva have focused their resources here - increasing the Red Route 9 frequency to every 12-15 minutes.”
Residents living in the nearby Birch Court estate are also unhappy at changes to services.
They are holding a public meeting regarding the changes to buses on Friday September 13 in the commmunal area at Birch Court starting at 2pm and are encouraging as many people as possible to attend.