I sure your are frustrated that no other believe that SG1782H is perm 70. For the benefit of doubt, I had consulted others and come to these conclusion.
- It was observed frequently on Service 70 and 162M. As such, there is no clear consensus that it perm 70.
To counter this, you need to keep track of close to 3/4 departure timings/duty trip instead of a common departure timing (4pm+) for the said bus as it may be a perm bus of other service (crossover to 70) or spare bus.
Thanks & Regards
i always saw SG1782H come my bus stop at 1620pm
I understand that SG1782H come to your bus stop at 4.20pm. In order to classify that a bus is perm on it service, it need to fulfill the following:
- Frequently spotted across multiple day
- Frequently spotted during the whole service hours
- Full day perm bus will be frequently spotted from start of operation to end of operation
- Peak period perm bus will be frequently spotted during the peak hours only.
Therefore, I can proof that your edit is a disruptive edit because you can only prove the departure timing on a single timeslot (where it can be a crossover from other service).
Secondly, a bus is said to be a spare bus if it fulfilled the following criteria:
- (a) it had been on service before (revenue or ferry service);
- (b) it was not deregistered/lay-off
- (c) it frequently spotted across multiple services (excluding crossover trips)
- (d) it does not have a perm service.
Thanks & Regards
Tomorrow i go check 12pm bus and 3pm bus
Any update on SG1782H?
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