Claire Allen said: "Got to ride it today with my six-year-old son who was very happy to have a last ride when we got off we said goodbye bendibus
and thank you."
If this is the bendibus
proposed in the various Sprint plans the answer, from a commuter's perspective, has to be 'no.' If you want to get people out of their cars, making them stand for half an hour or more on a bendi-bus hitting potholes and getting stuck in traffic jams is not an attractive proposition.
"Many people in this region will have visited or know about The Farne Islands and Holy Island, but far fewer will be aware of islands such as Sam's Island near Hexham, Bendibus
Island in the River Tweed, or Rocky Island and Sandy Island at Seaton Sluice."
I see now the hole has sunk by around four inches or more in the middle and is nearly as wide of the road and nearly the length of a BendiBus
This has nothing to do with being grumpy and everything to do with wanting to shatter the edifices of apathy that that allow NHS managers, government departments and Birmingham's so-called bendibus
drivers to be inefficient, unaccountable and inconsiderate.
I have never seen a full Bendibus
and the majority seem to pass by with less than a dozen passengers.
A faulty warning light has forced a quarter of Birmingham's new Bendibus
fleet off the road just three months after it went into service.
A HORRIFIED bus passenger has hit out at two youths who diced with death by "surfing" on top of a Coventry Bendibus
A scheme along the Tyburn Road, Birmingham, was launched last month with the pounds 180,000 bendibus
which takes us there runs frequently and in the daytime is always full.
The "big beast" bendibus
- as it is affectionately known by its owners, the National Express Group - was tested in Birmingham at the weekend.
A MAN is being treated for neck and spinal injuries after the car he was travelling in was in collision with a bendibus