The problem is that this index only shows buses from the Interchange, there is no information about the vast number of services leaving from city centre stops nearby. Self service for the unwary is unwise.
There are, of course, similar problems with the Service Stand Finder.
Just up the road, 50 yards from the bus station entrance, is a half hourly service 43. Self service at the Interchange is not much use for Dronfield and Dronfield Woodhouse.
And please don't download the Stand Service Finder from the interweb net as it is ...
Self service reaches dizzy heights yet again.
We have already experienced the output from information kiosks.
read again). Useful if, as No 3 son averred, you know the answer before you ask the question. 'Nuff said!
Which leaves us with information at the stand; this will follow tomorrow as fbb's head hurts just thinking about it.
They were late for work and for doctor, dentist and hospital appointments. Parents also rang in to say their children were delayed getting to school.
David Young, the director of customer experience at the South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, took part in the debate and his attitude came over to me that he couldn’t care less. He claimed that during the first two weeks of changes people will have to find their feet and he was more interested in making a noise about the good-value new ticket prices that they have introduced.
The radio presenter told listeners that he has never before on any subject had such a volume of people wanting to take part in a discussion and gave his apologies to those who were unable to take part.
Sheffield Bus Partnership should be proud of themselves.
Some would say that the partnership never was about improving anything. That was a downright lie. It was about cutting out surplus (?) buses and making more money and/or losing less money.