This is stop AG9 on Arundel Gate, Sheffield.
At some time over the weekend, and certainly by Saturday morning, the stop was updated with a new posh stop sign for the start of the revised services.
But there was a snag. The stop is NOT CG9 Snig Hill and none of the six services stops ANYWHERE on Arundel Gate.
But there is some better news. By Yesterday morning someone bright spark somewhere in the near divine heights of the PTE tower must have spotted the mega-bludner (or more likely someone phone in) and the stop was corrected.
YUK GREEN); routes 24 and 25 appear also (PURPLE) but poor 10a (DARK BLUE) is expunged from the crazy cartographic creation. fbb reckons that the designer of the frame's contents couldn't work out where the 10a goes.
Understandable, perhaps - but feel free to see for yourself by clicking on the map below to enlarge it.
And For Brackley, It Is All On Line
And of course it is; or at least it appears to be to data managers and software designers. But without the intervention of local knowledge or access to "a very nice man" who knows, the state of being "on-line" can be very unhelpful indeed.
It never happened because nobody was prepared to offer a small financial incentive to get things rolling.
Both these options would be very, very expensive. Were fbb that way inclined he might offer a small wager that NO ONE would EVER use either of those routes.
Which we will examine tomorrow!