PieEater wrote:Loading was also slow, just loading one at a time whereas they used to load 2 or 3 at a time in town
CrowthorneRoyal wrote:My self and my two boys (both under 10) went to get a few photos and autogrpahs from the players after the match and wandered back down to the 60f mereoak bus stop at 5.45. Not one bus came past until we gave up at 6.45. We walked back up to the stadium and some RFC staff rang the depot for us. They sent out a bus just for the 4 of us. This was only because I had an email from Reading buses customer service stating that the 60f runs until 18.45...... We eventually got picked up at 19.05
Silver Fox wrote:I get what they're trying to do with the buses but it was pretty obvious that if they didn't keep pedestrians off at least the left lane going down the hill then no matter how many buses you load up they weren't going to be able to get away. Put a rope down the centre line all the way from the roundabout and have a few stewards policing it and you'll be dandy. No excuse for the bloke abusing the stewards in the bus queue and then gobbling at the bus though, not sure what that was supposed to achieve!
RG30 wrote:Moving the buses away from Northern Way has been a smart move as it's much safer. However why can't they load more than 1 bus at a time. Yesterday it took a good 15 mins to get boarded on by which time they had already let cars out of the car park and it was gone 10:30 before we were back in town.
Gunny Fishcake wrote:What twat thought it a good idea to have park and ride buses at the bottom of the hill at the away end after the Fulham game empty , engines running and hazard lights on, blocking one lane to the A33 and resulting in grid lock for everybody trying to get away ?
I hope that doesn't happen every game as it's ludicrous and compounded with the road works on the A33 will quickly piss many people off .
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