Oct 21, 2021 - 12:08 AM
in reply to Chris R Law
The draft 2022 timetable already exists in 'back office' form.
The Swiss stopped publishing - like many other countries - official hard copy books a few years ago, but what you might call the 'computer-based hard copy' (ie PDfs) for the whole country is readily available from the following site:
You can search for place names of timetable numbers and there is a facility for honing a timetable to your needs, including for the 2022 timetable. There is even a 'Complete Timetable' download available (I dare you to print the whole thig out at home!)
As an 'oldie' with rather luddite tendencies who first used the legendary hard copy Swiss Kursbuch in 1973 (I also possess copies at home dating back to the 1930s) I thought it would be the end of the world not taking a hard copy book with me. BUT the book has become increasingly cumbersome in recent years as the 'modern' layout of the hard copy timetables takes much more space to show than the old style printing. As such I tend to download PDFs to my phone
Last modified on Oct 21, 2021 - 12:11 AM by 1960man