By Ross Findon
Saturday, July 28, 2012
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by david hillman
30th July 2012, at 08:01:53
just a quick reply to keith roberts if like me he was to follow southern vectis on facebook he would find that breakdowns happens more often than is reported just on sat i had two journeys disrupted by mechanical problems problem is there to many computer on these modern buses a minor problem and the whole thing shuts down bring back the old buses at least they were more reliable
by Keith Roberts
29th July 2012, at 14:02:22
Has anybody else how often Southern Vectis buses break down these days ? According to the Isle of Wight Travel feature on this page there are usually at least 2 a week.Not so long ago a bus breakdown was extremely rare .
29th July 2012, at 09:20:33
maybe if wightlink hadnt sold st cathrine or invest in new ferries to replace those which are getting on for over 30 years old they wouldnt have these problems also talking about public transport i was disgusted to see the state of the southern vectis buses they look as if they havant been washed for weeks and dont look as if they havant been cleaned internally for days come on southern vectis sort it out as a regular visitor to the island first impressions count and unfortunately that impression was a let down
by allan burney
28th July 2012, at 19:35:28
by Rebecca Roncoroni
28th July 2012, at 19:06:52
Hoping the 1.30pm from Fishbourne going tomorrow...
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