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What is a timing point?

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A timing point is a specific bus stop that our buses attempt to reach at a scheduled time. Drivers may use these specific stops to safely wait until the scheduled time has been reached if they are running earlier then the timetables states. This is in order to prevent any road traffic or safety issues. If a stop is not a timing point and is a 'minor' stop in between timing points then it is not considered safe for the bus to stop and catch up with time.

The timetable below simply shows timing points rather than all the stops throughout the service:

 

The timetable below shows the minor stops in between two timing points. These minor stops are not deemed safe for our service to stop and catch up with time:

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