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First buses break down all the time, but drivers are really inconsistent in how they handle passengers when this happens. Bus drivers need to be trained for this: 1. Speak loudly and clearly enough for all passengers to understand, even those at the back. 2. On a double decker, you… Continue reading…
Andrew Wilson. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Whatever you do avoid targets. Targets will cost money and be gamed. Targets caused fatalities in Health, rail travel, and a suicide in Education. Gaming them caused thousands in China to starve. They destroyed the USSR.… Continue reading…
John B Dick. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Buses should be run with industry and hospitals in mind a patients need them for appointments. Glasgow is cut in half from Partick; no bus to Springburn, Easterhouse, Ruchazie, East Kilbride or Balmore. The number 20 is now the 20 to George Square and 21 to East Kilbride. In Hope… Continue reading…
By letter from Bill. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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They are a private business! Would you want your private info being put on the net!!… Continue reading…
sensible. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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I think that First Glasgow are always confusing a lot of passengers by renumbering bus routes, introducing a new bus network to improve bus routes that are making more profits. They should be looking at a few bus routes as follows, routes 8 and 64 that serve Carmyle. Now that… Continue reading…
Wesley Greer. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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If buses that cover the inner circle of Glasgow like the 90 or buses that go across the City without going through the City Centre were more frequent then more people would use them and we could cut down on the pollution in the Centre as less buses would be… Continue reading…
Cathy Smith. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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more green buses… Continue reading…
Kate Bellew. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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I think it is a fine idea and I respect the bus lanes. Only one problem. Where the lane stops to allow cars to go left, say at traffic lights or further on down the road for the motorway, it is too short and you end up with some motorists… Continue reading…
Pam Brodie. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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first time getting a bus for 2 weeks on Monday after being on holiday, realised the only bus was “F3” which I hadnt heard of..presumed it was due to bank holiday and got work transport at lunchtime instead. No signs/ change in timetables no information on new routes in at… Continue reading…
kirsty. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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When I visit London, they have very clear schematic maps at every bus stop showing which busses stop there and where they go, so even a visitor can work it out with no hassle. I have lived in glasgow for 7 years and I still don’t know which bus stop… Continue reading…
James Pearson. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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