tranzitjim wrote:#1, is there a complete network map?
Network map from November 2008 (when the last network changes occured) is here - http://www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au/maps ... twork-map/
tranzitjim wrote:#2, may there one day be ones done in the style of the trams/trains where its one sheet. Has running times one side, and summary of frequencies on the other?
The current NightRider timetables are in wallet size fold-up format, with a the strip map on one side & departure times from etiher terminus on the other, with foonotes trying to describe varations, along with a description of the service and a CBD map. I don't think they are that useful - departure times from the City are easy to remember, but they are little use for someone who might want to board a NightRider at St Kilda or Glen Waverley (for instance). The pocket timetables of the 90s were much better, listing times at all pick-up stops, as well as a route description, plus the CBD map.
Matty G wrote: I like them, but would have liked to have seen the main "timing points" included as well.
I'm not sure if there are main timing points as such - AFAIK, all pick-up stops are treated as timing points. In practice, buses heading out of the City are more likely to run late, while inbound buses may run a few minutes early.
Showing all the individual pick-up locations might have been nice, but might have become too cluttered at that scale.