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Another video, this time a 'cycle chat'. Today I'll talk about how long to allow in a bus timetable for a train connection.
The answer is that it varies. I discuss many of the reasons why here. (Note: The video is shot while riding on rough paths so parts are jerky. There are no pictures so you may prefer to listen rather than watch). The video refers to my earlier video on train - bus physical connectivity. That's also important to watch. See it here. Both videos are hosted on the Melbourne On Transit YouTube channel. It now has 70 videos on various public transport topics. More are being added so make sure you subscribe to not miss any. An index to Timetable Tuesday items is hereThis item was written by Peter Parker http://www.melbourneontransit.blogspot.com
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