Many route maps for services terminating in Phillip St now show that the "Circular Quay" terminus is located south of Bridge St. This is because they cannot always set down safely any closer. The long queue of buses terminating in Young St often means that you have to get off closer to Bridge St.
If the destination showed "Bridge St", you would still have to walk down the hill to get to the wharves.
Brian, noting that many destination signs are quite vague as to the terminus point, and you may still need to walk to your target location.
On Friday, 30 April 2021, 10:23:40 am AEST, Mal Rowe mal.rowe@...> wrote:
On 29/04/2021 19:45, 'Richard Youl' via TramsDownUnder wrote:
> I was astonished to find that the bus terminus was at least 100 m short of Bridge Street and to reach circular Quay it is necessary to also walk all the way down the rather steep Hill of Phillip Street which still ends some distance from the tram terminus and ferry wharves.
I have commented on this before.
Is Transport for NSW breaking any consumer laws by advertising a
Circular Quay destination on their buses?
Mal Rowe - who as a non-local had to ask directions to the Quay.