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Low floor wheelchair buses are nothing new – it was over two decades ago that they first appeared in Melbourne. You might expect finding an accessible bus shouldn’t be too hard, but unfortunately for anyone who has trouble making their way up stairs, high floor buses are still common in one part of Melbourne.
A while back on Reddit, someone asked “What is your favourite Melbourne blog”. A random commenter recommended this site, with one wag adding this follow up comment. For those who don’t frequent Reddit, TIL = Today I Learned. I hope you all enjoy the random stuff I dig up as well.
It seems that the only news coming out of Geelong these days is businesses closing their doors – and a recent piece from the ABC was just another story about job losses – this time at the Geelong Hospital.
Despite my love of the Melway, there are some days when I can’t be bothered walking over to my bookshelf full of them and looking up a street, so instead I turned to the “electric street directory” that is Google Maps. However on this occasion, I was searching for a street so new I couldn’t find it on the map.