With the success of our project I was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol.
Following pressure from the public, and thanks to campaigns like ours, First have announced they will be reintroducing a popular cheap bus fare across Bristol. You can read the BBC report on this by clicking here.
Feedback has been encouraging, with young people supporting us and our aims:
'I think that this is a good campaign. I know a lot of young people struggle to get to college, fares should be reduced.'
'This campaign addresses a moral issue, young people shouldn't have to pay large amounts of money to go to their place of education.'
'It's a really good idea to do this project. I think bus companies and other big companies do not realise how hard it is for young people. A lot of us don't have much money and are not old enough to drive, so the bus is the main way we get around.'
Ahead of our bus fare posters being unveiled, BBC News featured our Fixers story on their website. You can view the article by clicking here.
You can see our First bus poster below. Click on the poster to download.