Customers without cars fear they will struggle to shop at the new Tesco in Sandy due to a lack of suitable bus routes.
The new store, which opened earlier this month, has revitalised the town and provided a new major store for food shopping.
But customers who cannot drive to the supermarket have complained that the current bus services provided by Centrebus and Stagecoach do not include the supermarket on their routes.
Stuart Barlow, of Handley Court said: “Many of us in Sandy and surrounding areas depend on public transport to get us around and to the shops.
“Stagecoach provide services to most areas of Sandy but the Centrebus ones are quite limited.
“For people like myself who use wheelchairs, crutches and so on it can make it very difficult.”
A spokesman for Stagecoach said the firm had no plans to include Tesco on its 73 service, but it would be talking to Central Beds Council and Tesco about providing a possible new route in the future.
A Centrebus spokesman said the store is included on its revised 188 and 190 routes.
A Tesco spokesman said: “We’re working with the council to finalise the S106 payments for the improved bus services as part of our new store development.”