Quote from: Barry Drive on September 21, 2021, 04:37:48 PMThere are Renaults in service, you just need to know where and when to look.🙋♂️ at a bus stop outside Tuggy or Belco Depot at the start & end of "peak" time*
Quote from: Sylvan Loves Buses on September 21, 2021, 02:31:40 PM2 weeks later and anytrip is FINALLY working again... Still no sign of Renault's though, they must only be in use during peak and dawn/dusk times.Renaults are running from 3pm onwards at a minimum; this is confirmed from the exposure sites list, which listed bus 933 as a COVID-19 exposure site on September 2nd. This exposure alert is listed below; you can see the full list of exposure sites at https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/act-status-and-response/act-covid-19-exposure-locations; it is highly recommended that you check it every day.
Quote from: Busnerd on September 16, 2021, 05:36:52 PMAgreed, given then data it would be safest to shop at other supermarkets not often listed as exposure sites such as some IGA's, SPAR, Friendly Grocer and convenience stores.Woolworths is the dominant supermarket chain in the ACT, with the majority of large format stores; Coles is only a distant second in terms of dominance in Canberra, hence why a large number of their stores are exposure locations. Scania L94UB buses are not dominant members of the Transport Canberra fleet; during the period when I was still travelling by bus, they rarely operated in the Gungahlin district, or in the suburb of Ngunnawal, hence they are over-represented in exposure sites.
Quote from: triumph on September 16, 2021, 12:07:45 PMAn item in the TV news yesterday stated that the new Sandford Street stop in Mitchell has been put into use.It opened on Monday 13th I believe. It also would appear the services that used to finish at Well Station Drive after peak hour will now continue to Sandford Street before returning to the depot which makes sense.