Management & Operations

Setra Website debuts bus route planner

Posted on April 10, 2003

Setra's Internet site now includes a route planner, complete with a journey-duration calculator function designed specifically for buses, making individual trip planning fast and easy. To access a specific route plan, users need to enter the starting and destination points of the journey, select locations they wish to pass through, route preference (fast, most economical or shortest route) and add relevant time specifications (calculation of the departure and/or arrival time and return journey). If required, the user can access a range of different detail maps (starting area, destination area, route overview) and alter the scale used. Users also have access to information on the weather along the way and on the destination itself through the travel forum. Setra's new bus-oriented route planner is available on its Website at www.setra.de

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