I remember playing the Commuter game on the BBC London site 10 years ago. This is one of my favourite online games that I remembered playing till it got taken down somewhere in 2008 (according to Archive.org.) But thankfully Archive.org has saved an archive of the game as well as the webpage so you can play the online game over again.
Thursday, 28 August 2014
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
This is a follow up to my previous article titled "Where's the double deckers for route 66?"
Transport for London has confirmed that the Route 66 will be using double deck buses. Likely to be used is the DW's from the cast off's of route 38 and 242. But the Peak vehicle requirement will be reduced from 14 back to 11 buses because London Buses added extra workings onto route 66 because of the capacity of the single deck buses.
From their press release
From Saturday 30 August route 66 will convert from single to double deck buses.Route 66, which is operated by Arriva Kent Thameside, runs from Romford Station to Leytonstone via Romford Market, Chadwell Heath, Newbury Park Station, Gants Hill Station, Redbridge Station and Wanstead Station.On Saturday the route's 60 capacity single deck buses will be replaced by double deck buses that can carry 87 passengers.This improvement has been made by Transport for London (TfL) to ensure that all passengers throughout the route can benefit from higher capacity vehicles.
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
On the Video I be driving a B92 stock manufactured by Bombardier. The stations served on the videos as as follows.
West India Quay
Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
Light Rail systems in London (DLR and Trams)