Is this the end of the bus timetable?
It can be bloody cold in Helsinki in January. The last thing you want to do is hang around too long for a bus or tram. Soon you won't have to because Helsinki City Transport
is currently fitting *its entire fleet* with Linux servers. Not only will each bus or tram become a travelling wireless hotspot, but you will be able to see exactly where in the city your new bus actually is. Meaning that you only step into the bitter cold the minute before it arrives. (its in beta but you can see the effects of the live trial) [more inside]
The first OzBus
last night. A latter day Magic Bus
, the new service will cover 15 000 miles in 12 weeks and cross 20 countries before reaching it's destination. Follow one pasenger's journey here
Ride the hound. Greyhound Lines
has always been the travel choice for Americas' poor.
Visit the Greyhound Museum. Hear some stories.
Take the Greyhound trivia challenge.
(German) is a way to
travel the world
go off the beaten track
without leaving the
of your... bus.
Some of the
are in two parts, so the accommodation trailer can be left behind for
, and some are four-wheel drive, to go
Those goofy buses remind me of the