Quote from: King of Buses on Today at 08:30:53 PMDon't agree bi-directional loop routes should be treated as two separate routes. In the same way there's a "set" or "pair" of stops, they're a "paired" set of routes and should be considered the same as a in/out route from A to B because they service the same places.Agreed, but that is not what was determined - separate routes, separate stops. Definitional problems again, what is a route? A route has a route number - different number, different route. This is a strict interpretation and no different to the strictness applied in dealing with the name for former William Slim Drive.
So, to see if others agree: Grenfell Ave, Taylor.
Quote from: triumph on Today at 08:03:42 AMAlso, given that a number of routes particularly in Gungahlin and Tuggeranong are different route numbers in reverse (clock/anticlock) directions, all other submissions will now need to be checked for compliance and for anyone caught up (like I was) by thus being in the position of making successive submissions. Might be easier to just revert to the geographical standard
Quote from: Barry Drive on Yesterday at 05:16:48 PMWhile I'm here: after further consideration of what constitutes a "set" of bus stops, the answer Johnson Dr is now ruled invalid since each stop serves different routes and are therefore two stops rather than a set. No penalty.
Quote from: Northside on January 15, 2022, 11:22:14 PMWilliam Slim Dr (but not for long)
❌ this is an invalid answer. William Slim Drive does not exist.