But what is this we see on the floor of the shelter?
In fact, the astounding appliqué announcement was only there until last Friday. Thus our ace reporter, the man on the spot, sent this message last Saturday via the bus blog teleprinter:-
It is, fbb promises, a real treat!
Managing Director of First Bus, Giles Fearnley, has hailed the second annual "Catch the Bus Week" a fantastic success.
First highlights during Catch the Bus Week, which ran from April 28 to May 4, include:
In York First introduced the first of its hybrid buses;
In Leeds First welcomed Chair of Bus Users UK, Gillian Merron
and launched MCard smart ticketing
Sheffield photocall to mark the introduction of 27
First Manchester launched MCard smart ticketing
In Essex, Norfolk & Suffolk, a 20% reduction for weekly tickets
In the Midlands and Potteries "Meet the Manager" sessions
First Scotland East welcomed Planning Minister, Derek Mackay
Meanwhile Giles Fearnley joined "Greener Journeys" ...
... and the Minister of State for Transport, Baroness Kramer, at a national launch in London.