Map views are here!!

I was hoping to get this out there quicker, but rather late then never! This week I added some map views of all the data to London Bus Pal.  There are four “distinct” views of data in the application, but only three maps are interesting (seeing a single bus stop isn’t the most interesting view!)….

Racing the bus by tube!

I travel between Angel and Waterloo on most days. Most of the time, I take the 341 bus, because it always seems quicker than the tube and it’s also a whole lot less fuss. The strange thing is though, when I’m running late, I choose to take the tube, because even though the bus feels…

Just how accurate is TfL’s countdown system?

Just how accurate is TfL‘s countdown system When I started developing London Bus Pal, the one thing that was always going to be completely out of my control was going to be the actual prediction data. I did some investigation as to how it all works and it’s really interesting, but probably worth a blog…

London Bus Pal launched – the ideas

My first Android application was launched on 6 September 2013.  It’s called London Bus Pal. I’ve had the idea for quite some time, but just never got around to doing it.  Finally, over the summer, I sat down and gave it a go. The idea was for a bus time predication application which you could…