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    • RT @greenfieldscc: after one loan player for our twos tomorrow @landrcl can anyone help? 5 days ago
    • Looking out the window and reminding my self that we are 3 days away from the ‘middle of summer’ 1 week ago
    • On my way to London, to look at potential of Moodle being used by a client to create a mobile friendly gamified sport development activity. 2 months ago
    • Heading up North, where I will be spending at least a week working on a huge Moodle migration project with a client. 3 months ago
    • RT @CharnwoodPE: 🏃🏻‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️ - The 3 Charnwood medalist’s from the @dretsport Cross Country Cup! Harry Foord 1st 🥇, Colin Foord 2nd 🥈, and E… 3 months ago
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Public Transport Route Planner

My work involves me traveling all over the place, and as we are a 1 car family, I don’t often get to drive, so have to rely on public transport. This I actually prefer as I hate driving to places, I am much happier being sat on a train, doing some work, rather than getting stressed behind the wheel, and when I run training, my work is very intense, so I am often exhausted at the end, so getting into a car to drive home for 2 hours, doesn’t appeal.

The problem with trains, though is that they don’t always take you that close to your desired destination, which either means taxis (which can cost a bit), or trying to work out the local bus network – and for this, I find http://www.transportdirect.info really useful as it can help me to plot such journeys, and shows me maps of the various interchanges and bus stop locations, another problem with bus travel in unfamiliar locations.

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