The 48 that EYMS used to run in Hull several years ago was impossible to keep to time. It went from the centre of Hull to Maplewood Avenue off Willerby Road and running time was 1 hour for the round trip, but often the bus just got later and later throughout the day and a run ended up being dropped.
East Yorkshire has certain stops that are compulsory stops, all the stops round Hull City Centre, the stop outside the site of the old New York Hotel, Blind Institute on Beverley Road in Hull and York Piccadilly
East Yorkshire has 3x 561 journeys to London 2 from Hull via York and Leeds and 1 from Bradford, the 152 which is Hull to Birmingham via Lincoln and Nottingham and the 451 which is Hull to London via Lincoln and Nottingham.
7 years although everything already on the network has been given an...
I agree with @Typhoon, we need to be prepared for the next pandemic. At some point something really nasty will come along that we are unable to make a vaccine for, and I hate to think what we will do then as the events of the last 18 months don't fill me with confidence.