Started by #Metro, December 24, 2010, 22:42:22 PM
QuoteYes, but that's not really comparable to a trip from the suburbs to the city though. Such changes are a necessary evil, because no service can connect every suburb to every other suburb.Can you post your other thoughts on the centenary services to another thread rather than continue to hijack this one please. This may be a suitable thread: http://railbotforum.org/mbs/index.php?topic=4448.0Or start a new one. I have a few comments, but I'm going to continue taking this thread off topic. I didn't mind answering a quick off topic question, but its gone on too long.
Quote from: Gazza on December 25, 2010, 20:11:48 PMSorry, didn't mean to "highjack" the other thread. I guess buses are a complex issue and everything needs to be worked through. I figure that the conversation should just flow, and then be split off into new threads if the discussion is interesting enough
QuoteWith your version of the 433, I'm pretty sure that Wyndarra St doesn't connect to Moggill Rd
QuoteAs for your Kenmore area one, sorry, but I don't think that the patronage of the 425 warrants splitting it up into two routes! Similarly with the 445 along Fig Tree Pocket Rd.
QuoteI expect that the residents of Jindalee would be up in arms at your suggestion. They now need to backtrack to Mt Ommaney and interchange.
QuoteA further comment on your Centenary area routes, the red route has a small dormitory suburb component, so I see a low patronage on that route.
QuoteAlso with your CART plan I think those over in 17 Mile Rocks and like like wouldn't be a big fan of not having a bus route
Quote from: Gazza on December 26, 2010, 08:55:30 AMSorry?
Quote from: Gazza on December 26, 2010, 08:55:30 AMThe Red route is intended to just be the line haul BUZ, running from the City to Darra Station, via Mt Ommaney.
Quote from: Gazza on December 26, 2010, 08:55:30 AMwas focusing on sorting out the areas west of the freeway.
QuoteLooks good Gazza, but, see that dark blue route- its really windy. IMHO some bus shelters where the big dots are should be upgraded with special livery and maybe bus bays as "interchange" stops so that people jump off the bus and on to 444, otherwise they will be snaking around the back parts of Chapel Hill and Brookside.
QuoteBut the intention is that people would board and ride only as far as the first point it crosses Moggil Rd, and then change to a 444.
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