October 24, 2021, 06:51:30 AM

What PT did you get today? (2019-)

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triumph

Quote from: triumph on August 09, 2021, 11:55:11 PM002 (R1)
006 (Rx1)
003 (R1)
009 (R1)
Last 2 stopped at Sandford Street for driver training, but public use not yet available.
Just to be clear, first two also probably stopped but I wasn't on board passing Sandford St.

triumph


triumph

682 (R4)
004 (R1)
005 (R1)
012 (Rx2)
515 (R5)

triumph

623 (R3)
434 (41) incl school diversion - didn't even need to stop.
439 (R2)
575 (R2)
414 (R3)
Noted 982 on an R2
All above prior to 10am and before news of Covid +ve arrived.
Now into hibernation.

Sylvan Loves Buses

August 12, 2021, 08:30:20 PM #504 Last Edit: August 12, 2021, 08:30:47 PM by Sylvan Loves Buses
22 Buses today - most of which were planned several days in advanced, kinda drifted from my plan when I got a 42 instead of a 44 and again obviously after 4pm when I found out what was happening.

979 (71N)
974 (70S)
677 (R4N)
452 (40N)
668 (41N)
580 (40S)
363 (44E)
410 (42E)
549 (R8N)
389 (R8S)
389 (R8N - unplanned bushop)
339 (31E)
938 (50E)
304 (31S)
616 (32N)
374 (32N)
673 (R2S)
587 (R6W)
346 (70W)
344 (71E)
367 (R5S)
529 (R5S)

Also I saw 927 today, wasn't that decommissioned?

triumph

Quote from: Sylvan Loves Buses on August 12, 2021, 08:30:20 PM..............Also I saw 927 today, wasn't that decommissioned?
That might well fit in with the appearance of 982 on an R2 this morning. Shortage of serviceable newer buses?

Sylvan Loves Buses

976 (71S) - 1 other person
975 (72N) - only me

Sylvan Loves Buses

634 (R4N)
362 (58N)
683 (58S)
501 (77S)
720 (R5N)

Stan butler

Quote from: Sylvan Loves Buses on August 27, 2021, 03:52:38 PM634 (R4N)
362 (58N)
683 (58S)
501 (77S)
720 (R5N)

We're your travels today really essential?  Did you really have to travel during this lockdown?

Sylvan Loves Buses

No, getting my second Pfizer shot was not essential at all...

Stan butler

Quote from: Sylvan Loves Buses on August 27, 2021, 08:19:35 PMNo, getting my second Pfizer shot was not essential at all...

Good to see you are being socially responsible - it does annoy me though that others aren't as responsible as you. 

We are in a lockdown and yet I have seen groups of people openly not following the rules.  Very annoying.

Busnerd

Alright for some to be able to get Pfizer, let alone their second. I am in the current age range that can get them yet due to poor planning by the federal government there is little supply to the ACT and as such no appointments are available until October unless you are vulnerable or a health care worker. Oddly public transport workers running an essential service are not considered high risk and can't get early vaccine access.

Toyota Camry

Quote from: Busnerd on August 31, 2021, 10:19:13 AMAlright for some to be able to get Pfizer, let alone their second. I am in the current age range that can get them yet due to poor planning by the federal government there is little supply to the ACT and as such no appointments are available until October unless you are vulnerable or a health care worker. Oddly public transport workers running an essential service are not considered high risk and can't get early vaccine access.
It is a disgusting failure of Scott Morrison and his government that public transport workers have not been vaccinated; this is all the more reason why the mask mandate on public transport in the ACT should continue permanently, in line with the mandate being made permanent in NSW; and should not end later this year. Any person boarding your vehicle without a fitted face mask is a risk to your life and well being; for people like yourself working in public transport, it is very true that the mask mandate is the one thing keeping you alive and well at the moment.

Stan butler

Quote from: Busnerd on August 31, 2021, 10:19:13 AMAlright for some to be able to get Pfizer, let alone their second. I am in the current age range that can get them yet due to poor planning by the federal government there is little supply to the ACT and as such no appointments are available until October unless you are vulnerable or a health care worker. Oddly public transport workers running an essential service are not considered high risk and can't get early vaccine access.

It's not just you - I'm booked to get my first Pfizer on sep 28th (I made the booking about a month back).  I told the booking person my role and they said I can't get it sooner.  Spoke to my GP and he can't move me up either.  Different story if I wanted AZ though but I don't want that.