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Thoughts on France

I have to be absolutely honest here – I have not enjoyed my time in France very much and I had so hoped for something else. 300 more words


The regional Public Transport in Munster, Germany

In the city of Munster, the stadtwerke and their partners provide transport for almost 100,000 passengers across the city on a daily basis. Almost 30 city bus routes link the various districts with the inner city while taxi and night buses supplement these services around the clock 24 hours a day. 321 more words

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Why I talk to Strangers

by Ruby Bisson

Hebrews 13:2- ‘Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing, some people have entertained angels without knowing it.’

Talking to strangers has always been something I’ve been comfortable with. 993 more words

Ruby Bisson

'We need a transport system that meets people's travel needs' writes Geoff Barnes, Green Parliamentary candidate for Gainsborough

Until recently I was a public health director in a unitary council with some of the worst health inequalities in the country. It is a geographically isolated sort of area whose economy had been destroyed by 40 years of economic decline and neglect by central government. 896 more words


Bondi Beach

For our first official post, we thought it was only appropriate to write about one of the must see’s of Sydney, Australia: Bondi Beach. Getting there is relatively simple, especially if you are located on campus like us. 359 more words

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Directions, places and bus routes in London, UK: number 19 from Battersea Bridge

London, UK, images, travel, tourism, commuting, connections, destinations, directions, orientation, information, journeys, places, addresses, public transport, overground, Underground, London buses, Transport for London, bus route number 19 from Battersea Bridge: Battersea Bridge, Beauford Street (next to Chelsea Embankment; Royal Hospital Chelsea, National Army Museum, Burton’s Court, Ranelagh Gardens, Lister Hospital, Queenstown/Chelsea Bridge), King’s Road (Chelsea; Royal Brompton Hospital, Chelsea Old Town Hall, Saatchi Gallery), Sloane Square (Draycott Place, Lower Sloane Street, Victoria Coach Station, Pimlico Road, Eaton Gate, Eaton Square, Belgravia; Sloane Square Underground Station: District and Circle Line), Sloane Street (Harrods, Kensington Road, Brompton Road, Knightsbridge Underground Station: Piccadilly Line), Knightsbridge (Hyde Park – Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, Lido, Albert Memorial, Kensington Palace, Princess Diana Playground, Bayswater Road, Speaker’s Corner, Marble Arch, Mayfair), Hyde Park Corner (Wellington Museum), Piccadilly (Green Park, The Ritz Hotel, Royal Academy), Piccadilly Circus (National Galleries, Trafalgar Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Market, Royal Opera House, Strand, Charing Cross, Covent Garden; Piccadilly Circus Underground Station: Piccadilly Line), Shaftesbury Avenue (Soho, Chinatown, Berwick Street Market, Charing Cross Road), High Holborn (Conway Hall, Gray’s Inn Gardens, Gray’s Inn Road, Charles Dickens Museum, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Russell Square, Founding Museum), Theobald’s Road, Rosebery Avenue (Mount Pleasant Post Office, Eastman Dental Hospital, Farringdon Avenue, King’s Cross Road, Clerkenwell; Farringdon Train Station: First Capital Connect, Hammersmith & City) (Amwell Street, Lever Street, Finsbury, Sadler’s Well Theatre), Islington High Street (Angel Underground Station: Northern Line), Upper Street (White Lion Street, Chapel Street Market, Pentonville, Camden Passage Market, Business Design Centre, Almeida Theatre, Little Angel Theatre, Islington) 7 more words


Mobility City

‘Design or re-design a mode of public transport to improve the experience of people with disabilities that will, in turn, improve the experience for all.’ 234 more words