Unfortunately not. It will show trains going to london from the station and it shows the time of some buses but it will be hit and miss on weather the data set is complete for areas outside london.Thank you Matt for very quick reply. I will be doing some travel to Southampton central station too.. so Citymapper will be useful there too?
For someone who is new to the UK, I'd say RTT is less user friendly, whereas National Rail enquiries lets you put an origin and destination and it'll give you trains that you want. You also have fares included on NRE.
I would agree. RTT includes a lot of extra information and things that may confuse someone who hasn't spent a few days getting to know its system.For someone who is new to the UK, I'd say RTT is less user friendly, whereas National Rail enquiries lets you put an origin and destination and it'll give you trains that you want. You also have fares included on NRE.
Ah yes I do and agree that it is very usable that way. [My post was really about how forum members should provide useful information, without myself sounding negative if you get my drift...]You could just use the website as I find it works perfectly fine on mobile without needing an app?
I've done the same. I've set a bookmark on my home page that'll take me to all trains passing my local station in the Around Now time mode, so I just have to do one click.Same here - I have a link that mimics an App on my Android phone, not sure if you can do that on Apple.
That's what I use, one of, if not the best.For the Underground only, I've used Tube Map before.