↩ @brewski@mas.to, @RM_Transit@mstdn.social

@brewski, @RM_Transit That’s exactly what that is, and I also agree– The simplistic way of having timetables made like that in Japan (and also seen in Singapore and Taiwan as well) makes it easier for scoping frequencies and route diversions/short-tripping via a symbol notation or a different color
Brewski (@brewski@mas.to) by @brewski@mas.to@brewski@mas.to (mas.to)
@RM_Transit Does that schedule have each hour as a separate row, with the minute arrivals on the same line? I remember seeing that layout in Japan, and I much prefer it. Makes it much easier to figure out patterns in the schedule.

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