By on September 29, 2010

(29/09/10) The council boasts a lot about its new public transport information systems. But not all that glitters is not gold for residents in Walton:

You can, at many bus stops, send a text to a number and find out when the bus will be coming – this works on real time information, not just what it says in the timetable.

Some stops in Walton also have electronic displays telling when the next bus is coming.

Unfortunately the display at the stop outside St Oswalds Church on Lincoln Road was removed when the shelter was replaced last year. Local Lib Dem councillor Nick Sandford was told it would take two weeks to replace – but that was last August!

Nick is looking into the matter and we will be reporting back to residents in the coming weeks.

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  • http://www.google.com/ Amory

    It’s good to see someone tnhiking it through.