Friday 17th July 2020 It hasn’t worked in Bristol, Sittingbourne, Sutton, Ealing or Oxford. And it’s on pause in Liverpool. But these failures haven’t dented Watford Borough Council’s enthusiasm for … Continue Reading Click begins in Watford
Thursday 4th June 2020 I reported back on 3 April Sevenoaks based Go-Coach Hire were replacing from Easter all its fixed timetable local town routes as well as rural routes … Continue Reading go2 going steady
Friday 3rd April 2020 A couple of weeks ago I suggested these unprecedented times might be a good opportunity to give Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) a really good try out … Continue Reading go2 goes to Sevenoaks
Tuesday 25th February 2020 After Friday’s Tees teaser I spotted the new ‘Tees flex’ app became available to download over the weekend so armed with that and the zonal maps … Continue Reading Testing the flex in Tees flex
Thursday 21st November 2019 Following last Friday’s try out of TfL’s latest Demand Responsive Transport trial in Ealing, I found myself back in the Borough with two bus industry colleague … Continue Reading Slip ‘n Slide
Friday 15th November 2019 It’s all change in the world of Bus Demand Responsive Transport (DRT). This week sees the final foray for Arriva Click’s pioneering ‘pilot’ in Sittingbourne and … Continue Reading DRT Slides into Ealing
Wednesday 28th August 2019 I was puzzled by a recent news item that Merseytravel are withdrawing a local bus route they fund in the Speke area of south east … Continue Reading Speke up for Arriva Click
Tuesday 13th August 2019 TfL’s first foray into the new fangled world of App based Dial-A-Ride (aka Demand Responsive Transport) in Sutton is now in its twelfth week and yesterday … Continue Reading GoSutton Go
Tuesday 28th May 2019 TfL jumped on the digital DRT bandwagon today launching its own version of Arriva Click and Oxford Pick Me Up. This latest app-based Demand Responsive Transport … Continue Reading Free ‘taxis’ for seniors in Sutton?
Wednesday 1st May 2019 It’s day three of Arriva’s latest Click venture introduced in Leicester on Monday, so I thought it was worth a trip to see how it’s panning … Continue Reading Click for Leicester
Friday 12th April 2019 Wiltshire’s Wigglybus was introduced way back in 1999. At one time it was considered so cutting edge as a project to solve the rural transport challenge … Continue Reading Who needs an App when John’s in Control?
Friday 5th October 2018 Oxford’s Pick-Me-Up is now over three months old so I thought it was time to see how it’s settling down after the introductory honeymoon. My four … Continue Reading Is Oxford’s Pick Me Up picking up?
Having been plagued for some weeks by marketing emails from the London black cab App organisation called Gett, I finally relented yesterday and headed up to London to use up … Continue Reading I Didn’t Get Gett
Followers of this blog, my twitter timeline and various magazine articles I’ve written will know I’m a bit of a sceptic about the current fashion for App-A-Ride, the modern day … Continue Reading Are App-A-Rides viable?
Well done Oxford Bus. I’m all for innovation and trying new things. And it’s time someone had a real go at beating UBER at their own loss making game of … Continue Reading A Pick Me Up for Oxford