On several "conversions" the pseudo-conductor was not provided and the back entrance was closed off.
No comes news of the final indignity for the Borismaster.
Could this be an omen for the dreaded Br*x*t?
Bus Branding in Barnet
Whilst route branding has become a common feature of many bus operations, it has hitherto been rare in London. But it has recently been a rather feeble effort.
Fellow blog writer Roger French has been to Barnet to see something a little better.
UNO (Hatfield University Bus Company) operated just one London buses contract and the company has begun a brighter branding.
Route diagram on the back ...
It just links to Transport for London ...
Thank you Robert Munster.
Farcically Bad - Again
Some three weeks after the massive bus route and timetable changes in Sheffield the first revision of the much ridiculed "Tube Style" network map has been posted in the city centre.
But the biggest "wrongness" is in the "philosophical" concept of the map.
It claims ...
Many of the routes run only every 20 minutes after they "split" and the 97/98 is every 30 minutes on each of the two legs at the Totley end. To suggest that these "split ends" are "frequent" is cruel and misleading.
fbb has asked for a higher resolution version of the farce to check the detail and a full review will follow in due course.
A Happy Happening from Hornby
The new-look Hornby models is working hard to revive what had become a somewhat turgid and flagging business. We have had Harry Potter themed train sets and the intriguing £200 "Family" layout-in-a-box" project and now ...
Tomorrow, a bit of a pudding?