Presumably TSY's software is incapable of creating an accurate, numerically ordered, list?
Now we must consider the 30, 123, 505 and H1. There's no doubt that the 123 (revised from 5th September), for example, CLAIMS to go to Broomhill ...
Stability is a fine thing, essential to give the prospective passenger some confidence.
The 52 remains as a competitive punch-up between First and Stagecoach but, who knows, that may change as the cosy touchy-feely friendship develops.
But, a snag. There is always a snag with TSY.
The 52 leaflet cover refrains from mentioning its Broomhill-ness. And neither does the front cover for the 10/10A route.
So, of the 18 services listed on-line as serving Broomhill,
8 never go there
5 call very occasionally
3 offer a frequent service
2 are hourly only
You can either be comprehensive or comprehensible, never both!
To find all this information will take a substantial amount of clicking OR ploughing through a collection of 12 multi-page leaflets. And without a route map or any comprehensive index of services operated, it is far from easy even to even achieve that.
A lack of consistency, with a lack of understanding that we are not all wizzo at irritating internet investigations, seem to be the order of the day.
Is this REALLY the best way to encourage bus travel?