West Berkshire Council publish a timetable book (presumably also available in hard copy).
Surely this is a better way of doing it? Agreed, it takes up twice as much space, but it is more helpful to the potential passenger.
It does seem that, as passenger numbers decline, bus operators, local authority tenderers etc. in a desperate attempt to save a few clods, all manage to make timetables more incomprehensible and off-putting.
As ever, fbb's design skills are offered free to Stagecoach, West Berkshire, Andover and even Hampshire. The latter reproduces the Stagecoach "backward" timetable ...
b), but, sadly, it doesn't really explain the circulars.
Traveline, of course, insists that you change buses from the 7A to the 7A at Burghclere.
And, if you have forgotten what this is all about, here is Roger's picture of a service 7A at Newbury bus station ...
Thanks again to correspondent Roger for provoking this exploration and supplying some of the piccies.
Part of tomorrow's posting will also be from Newbury.