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    Londoners And Visitors To London: New Online Bus Maps

    Transport for London (TfL) have launched Bus Maps using Google Maps
    Example route 38 Daytime with all bus stops listed


    Example route 38 Night-time with all bus stops listed


    Old style bus maps are still available: Link: Bus maps | Transport for London

    Edit: Link to the maps: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaro...s/default.aspx

    [Asks for Route no, postcode, address, landmark or station you are interested in]
    Last edited by DaveP; 23rd February 2010 at 08:51 PM. Reason: Add all important URL: Oops!

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    i want a mobile virsion !

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    TFL transport maps:

    Link: Maps - Transport for London

    Maps offered:

    Nearby: Near your current location
    Tube and Rail
    Tube
    DLR
    Overground
    National Rail
    Tram
    Bus
    Barclays Cycle Hire
    River
    Congestion charging
    Low Emission Zone
    Visitors and tourists
    Audio maps

    From the site: Overground map:


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    Quote Originally Posted by jedmondson View Post
    I want a mobile version!
    Travel by train, tram, tube, bus or boat across Great Britain with Google Maps « Google Maps Blog

    When you need to get from A to B, public transport can often be the cheapest and easiest way to travel. With all the different ways to get around, you need an app which shows you all the information in one place. Starting today, Google Maps for iPhone, Android and desktop shows public transport across Great Britain, creating a comprehensive one-stop-shop for public transport.

    You can now check the best time and route for millions of departures for trains, tubes, trams, buses and ferries every day. In total, 17,000 different routes across the UK are featured, from Land’s End to John O’Groats (a journey that will take you about about 27 hours by foot, train and bus).

    You'll now know when the next trip is departing, how many stops and how far your walk is between each station. You can also pick your preferred method of travel and whether you'd rather walk less or make fewer transfers, so you can compare and choose the best option for you.

    While national rail data and public transport information is already available in Google Maps for some cities like London, we now provide coverage across the whole of Great Britain. To make this happen we added schedules from National Express, and partnered with Traveline which collates the information from nearly 1,500 local and national operators like Centro.

    You'll find all you need to travel by public transport with Google Maps for iPhone, Android and desktop.
    Hop on board—and go almost anywhere—with public transit on Google Maps « Official Google Blog

    Today, Google Maps is helping you get around on public transit even more easily with these additions:
    • We’ve added every single transit route in Great Britain to Google Maps—making it easier to get anywhere from Land’s End to John O’Groats.



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