I think he should be a powerful head of a bus reform organisation within a government authority. However after praising him and what he does, you really need to be seriously interested in public transport or have a vested interest in a bus route to read his site. I normally skim read but pick up on bits and pieces.
Peter's recent post was about buses in the the area where Tradie Brother lives. While Peter didn't write about the routes Tradie Brother used when he lost his driving licence some time ago that runs from Frankston Station along Cranbourne Road either to Langwarrin or on to Cranbourne Station, he did stimulate me to look at the bus routes that Tradie Brother used and no doubt at times my nephew and nieces used when they were younger and lived at home.
The 790 runs from Frankston Station to Langwarrin. The 791 travels further to Cranbourne Station. While the aforesaid Peter can probably absorb a timetable in seconds, it takes me longer. I did look at the AM peak service and the Saturday service and both seemed just as messy as the daytime weekday service I really examined.
Both routes operate every forty minutes, so given one covers half the route of the other, it would be reasonable to expect a bus every twenty minutes from Frankston Station along Cranbourne Road.
Oops. I just found another route, the 789 which makes it a nice ten minute service during the day.
Just one of Melbourne's modern fleet of buses. Don't laugh too much. I remember these running in my adult years and they had conductors on board.