Posted September 27, 2018 06:05:25 Bus timetables are notoriously vague, and there’s a tendency to get distracted by the latest news, which can sometimes lead to inaccurate predictions.

We’re here to help with that.

Bus schedules are designed to help us make an informed decision on when to take a bus, when to get off and when to continue travelling.

Here’s how you can get the most out of your journey.

Bus timetators will tell you when your next journey is due and where to park.

You’ll also see when and where your next trip is due, as well as a bus timetable for your stopover, departure and arrival times.

When will I arrive?

The timetable tells you when to arrive at the bus stop, and how long to wait in line.

If you don’t arrive when you think you will, you’ll have to wait to find out when you will.

This is important, because bus timetables can change over time.

You can always book a new bus, but the new timetable will show you when you can expect to arrive.

How do I get on the bus?

You can take your mobile phone to your nearest bus stop to book your bus.

To do this, scan the ticket in your phone and press the “Go” button.

Alternatively, you can scan the fare from your phone to the bus, and then select “Go”.

If you have your smartphone with you, you might also be able to scan a ticket from your mobile, then select Go.

If not, you must get on a bus by using the interactive “Get on” buttons on your smartphone.

Where can I park my bus?

When you first board a bus it will usually be at a designated stop.

You will have to use a ticket machine to board your bus, unless it is reserved for your journey, in which case you will be given a ticket.

This can be either in your home or office.

Bus stop and arrival information can also be found on the website of the local council where you will stop.

There are also some bus timetators that can help you with this, including: bus stop and departure information in the City of London bus timetable