I dont think this is the best way to present this information. It's goibg to be hard for other users to edit and to keep exact times up-to-date. It's better to have a few sentences that give the reader a general sense of the frequeny of bus service... Majnoona
(Information as 20 June 2005)
The Bus Station is in the center of town just south of the main road.
- Hi Maj,
yes, this html was an ugly remnant. Thank you for getting the lazy stone rolling again. What do you think about the wiki-syntax? Do you think this is easy enough to edit now?
I actually came up with the idea of a timetable when I was traveling that part of China. It was extremely important to know at what time a bus would go, since there are usually only one or to departures a day. If you arrived later then the last departure, you had to spend the night in that town. On a 1 month visa a day more or less means being able to do the trip or not.
I figure updating quite easy, since a Wikitraveler only would have to correct/add the data of the particular connection he/she was traveling. The timestamp leaves it to the user if he takes the information for real or not. And last.. if you think "a few sentences that give ... a general sense" suffice, why didn't you write them? I found the page deserted of information about even where the bus stop is located after your edit. Have a good journey, --Ront 03:08, 11 Jan 2006 (EST)