How timetables work
The first time reference on a route’s timetable refers to the time the first bus departs from the first bus stop on the route (terminal point). The last time reference on the table refers to the time the last bus departs from the first stop along the route (terminal point).
Some routes are circular, so where intervals are shown as 120 minutes (once every two hours) there is a bus running every 60 minutes in alternate directions. You may need to cross the street to the adjacent bus stop to catch the next bus.
While every effort is made to adhere to the times, during the first few weeks after the launch of a new route this may not be possible.
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