Protestors have gathered outside Bristol's bus station this lunchtime.
They're calling for bus operator First to lower fares in the city.
The protest was organised by Daniel Farr, a concerned bus user who started the Make Fares Fair campaign by setting up an e-petition on the direct.gov.uk website.
The petition has collected almost 3,000 signatures.
First has agreed to hold a consultation over ticket prices - a move welcomed by the city's mayor George Ferguson.
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