SOUTH Bundy Buses managing director Richard Hayes has defended the changes.
Mr Hayes said every bus in Childers was changed, as the company followed a directive from the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
He explained changes were made to timetables, and South Bundy Buses would keep a close eye on how they ran.
Mr Hayes also said they would continue to review the new times.
The South Bundy Buses website said all routes and timetables were under review, with updates to be made available when finalised.
“At this point in time these proposed changes from the transport department are not finalised,” the website reads.
Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett said he would do what he could to help both sides.
Mr Bennett said he had kept an open dialogue with Main Roads, and said that had to continue to ensure results.
“We’re continuing to work with the department but with government in caretaker mode, there isn’t much we can do,” Mr Bennett said.
“The actual outcomes might not be as ideal than initially hoped. Main Roads have to talk to the community.
“This is about kids getting their education but things haven’t happened (discussions at higher level) because of Christmas and the election.”