Also see part one (read again).
Also see Miscellaneous Map Mutterings Part 3 (read again)
Further database limitations appear when you do a "map search" for the service 83 which you have spotted labouring up the steeply sloping Ringinglow Road; the list of services ...
This is where confidence evaporates into confusion. Thus, the highlight (the lowlight) is the offer of an 83A. This really stumped the otherwise knowledgeable (why do people call him "big head") fbb.
Part One's questions are worth repeating here. Is this information for information's sake? Is this an example of "we have the technology, so let's provide it"? How many people use it? And, more importantly, of those who use it, how many find it useful?
It is worth repeating both of fbb's oft stated "mantras":-
Never let the technology tail wag the information dog.
You can either be comprehensive OR comprehensible, but not both.
Perhaps fbb could go to Magnolias (Batley West, Kirklees District) and buy some ... erm ... magnolias? Not possible, because TSY refuse to provide any information for that stop.
Oh, and THAT stop on Ringinglow Road, near Dobbin Hill.
Next blog : due Wednesday March 30th