Thursday, May 27, 2010

Bus stop

as told before, to get somewhere, we need to take the bus first. what i do not understand here, is that the bus stop is merely a sign for the bus to stop. and, ah yes, it says which bus number stops there and what its final destination is. but a schedule? o no, that you will not find... and thus you can never just pass a busstop and think: ah, lets check whether a bus might come in 5 mins.. and depending on that, either walk on or wait for it.... grr....
good we're moving to a place close to the subway...

5 comments:

Mriekje said...

here there's a schedule on approximately every other bus stop. which is still a pain. :(

CaT said...

why?
here there is also no route or anything, that i find soooo frustrating.. so you pass a busstop, but you have no clue.. unless you know the schedule by heart, or have an iPhone.. but thats 70 dollars a month... :(

Sylvia said...

here the same... it is irritating, sometimes they have a kind of schedule, but only 5 out of 30 stations listed. I guess. learning by heart then...

CaT said...

exactly!!! and even online they only list so few stops... so you never know..
but even if you do know.. i just heard that maybe 10% of the buses here is on time, and often they just skip one in between.. so that suddenly ur at the busstop reaaaaallll long...

Tim said...

sometimes the bus drivers go so fast.. its scary!