But both of the deleted options have now resurfaced on the latest network map on line and at M1 stops.
A decision to abandon a new Park and Ride site on the M32 might mean some developments at Parkway. Likewise the other major deletion has re-appeared.
A special road had been built just for that missing MetroBus route, with bus stops erected along the link.
But First Bus has now indicated they will be willing to take it on, subject to agreement with MetroBus.
A spokesman added: “First has had meetings with Karin Smyth MP and West of England Combined Authority mayor Tim Bowles, and was asked to consider a possible solution to better utilise the investment in the South Bristol Link road.
“We’ve subsequently provided an outline proposal to WECA and we continue to engage with all parties involved towards a solution which will benefit residents of South Bristol.
“We are in the very early stages of a process which will take time, and we are committed to the development of MetroBus and capitalising on the one of the biggest public transport investments that this part of the country has seen.”
MetroBus had previously said the route, known as the M5, will only go ahead if thousands of homes were built in the area.
The "new road" is NOT a bus only road; it is for all traffic ...
The Wonders of Technology No 145
Santander (you will all enjoy our on-line banking services) have been in touch with the fbbs in a letter (remember them?) addressed to their Seaton hereditament.
To illustrate the huge benefits of their reliable computerised system, the closure notice was for the fbb's local branch ...
You are bound to ask, "can you trust the bank with your money?"
Alex Hornby is on Holiday
The Ross of Bosso Bus is twittering about his holiday, just begun.
But surely he ought to have gone there on a bus. Public transport, as he may well aver, is amazing!
He seems to have used plenty when he arrived.
And Back to Normality
One of Rosso's pics pf their new brand "Trax" which fbb forgot to post yesterday.