Street Directories designed for Public Transport Users
Posted in Models by Kate Archdeacon on June 24th, 2010
Public Transport Guides was started by two unemployed people in the town of Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia:
“While living in Perth, Western Australia, we did not know the local public transport network. After visiting the public transport information centre in the CBD, we were handed 500 A4 paper timetables and were told to buy a street directory, or alternatively, to get on to the government authority’s website. Both of these methods are unsuitable for tourists, people who rely totally on public transport, and those with no internet access. There had to be another way, so Public Transport Guides was born!”
The directory is designed just like a regular street directory, with detailed maps, a street and Facilites index , and all current timetables for each area are in this directory. The directory is designed with both the regular commuter and occasional user in mind. Inside you will find all the urban and country bus and connecting train services throughout, Victoria, Australia. The book is in A5 format for ease of carrying in backpacks, briefcases etc.
Visit the website for more information.