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I’ve spent a winter waiting for buses, or so it seems. The timetables sometimes seem like a work of complete fiction. You feel so fortunate and strangely happy when one actually comes on time. In Switzerland, if the bus is five minutes late people start tut-ing and looking at their… Continue reading…
A swiss person. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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More pram/wheelchair/flexible spaces! In Brighton (also a city, remember) the buses have a large number of flexible spaces that can be used for prams, wheelchair users; there are fold-down seats if required. Plus WHY when we have laws about accessibility are there still buses with steps up to them? It’s… Continue reading…
Sophie. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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It’s hard when you have kids and you press the button to get off the bus and have to get everyone down the stairs without breaking your arm while the bus is in motion, because if you just press the button and wait until the bus stops, the driver will… Continue reading…
Tom. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Buses on Sundays are really bad. People do need to get into town and out in the evenings too so we need buses… Continue reading…
Kat. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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