Wales Online say Cardiff Bus is expected to cut 12 routes after it was recently revealed the company made a loss of £1.9m last year.
The company announced last week that fares on the network are going to rise from 3rd February, with a day to go (Cardiff, Sully, Dinas Powys, Llandough & Penarth) costing £3.90.
A Barry Day to go will cost users £3.60, whilst a network day to go (Cardiff, Penarth and Barry) will cost £5.50.
The majority of cuts will effect those in Cardiff, however one of the routes expected to be cut is the X91 service which travels between Llantwit Major, St Athan, Rhoose and Cardiff.
Its also been revealed that the 95A, 95B and 95C services which travel between Cardiff and Llandough will face changes and will no longer serve Penarth.
Buses on service 95A will now travel between Cardiff city centre and Llandough Hospital via the Park & Ride West site and buses on service 95B will travel between Cardiff city centre and the Park & Ride West site only.
Cardiff Bus is also set to make timetable changes to the main 95 bus route, which are yet to be released.