Friday, July 1, 2011

Metrobus Stops Need Improved Signage

While working on the Shuttle Bus Surverys WSPTU local group members also found that the signage for Metrobuses can also be very poor. These high-frequency buses are a new addition to the public transport mix in Western Sydney and need to be properly signposted, with maps included, to enable people to learn how they work and where they are going. This stop at Liverpool station is typical and, as we have seen in previous posts on this blog, the signage at Parramatta is even worse.

1 comment:

  1. I agreed,

    Also along with m92 bus stop. It only provied timetable, But it need map too and more information. Not just timetable and plain blade bus stop.


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