Post by westyorkshirebus on Dec 4, 2007 22:11:14 GMT 1
K-Line open every Sunday in the summer just for one bus and Halifax Joint Committee open every Sunday for just one bus, so it's not that daft really, they won't need proper depot staff like the big companies do. I bet the drivers roted to work at K-Line on Boxing Day will be given the keys to the depot gates!
The 51/51A is operating every twenty minutes which is odd. I would think the one 51A an hour would be enough! The 51 could detour via Cramner Bank so the Estate gets an half hourly service to Leeds and the Moor Allerton Centre.
In Leeds it looks like the 1 and 96 will be interworked at Holt Park and the 37 possibly interworked with the 71 or 40. Strangely the 51/51A is the only service to operate every 20 minutes instead of every other service half-hourly. Also to note that buses will use Leeds Bus Station.
Post by westyorkshirebus on Dec 4, 2007 22:54:48 GMT 1
I'd say the 37 will interwork with the 71. The 18 looks odd in Leeds city centre as does the 49 at Monkswood Gate
I think Metro are wasting money opening Leeds CBS just for 14.5 buses per hour. Leeds CBS is a bit out of the way at the best of times, so surely they could have run the bus station services from special stops on Vicar Lane or The Headrow, as these streets will be quiet so will be able to accomodate extra buses terminating
Its my guess (and a sensible idea) that the 16 and 49 might interwork between Seacroft and Monkswood. The timetable would allow for the light running between both routes and would save a 30-minute layover on every 49 trip. Don't know what the 18 is going to do though I can't see how that long layover will be avoided.