OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Monday, July 28

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QUESTION: Is the bus route in Waterloo easy to learn?

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  1. 200s go to major stops
    7s go up king.
    there's also the "EasyGo trip planner"

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  2. There is a pretty chill dude with Down Syndrome that rides the bus.

    If a retard can do it, then you better be able to, or think about going to Laurier instead.

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  3. Nigga he didn't ask if he could do it. He asked if it was easy. This kind of question is relative. Is it easy? Yes. Is it easy compared to other cities like missisauga and toronto? Yes.

    If a retard can answer a question directly, you better be able to as well.

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  4. Coming from someone who didn't have buses in their home town/never really took public transportation -YES
    In first year I was a little intimidated by it because the route map/schedules kinda confused me but once you figure that out you can figure the rest out pretty easily

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  5. If you have a phone, doGRT makes taking the bus a breeze, no matter where you are!

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  6. Pretty easy. If you live off campus you'll figure it out soon enough. Whenever you get on the bus, just take a copy of one of those bus route booklets and read them to see where that particular route goes, its stops, etc

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  7. If you have a decent amount of data on your phone, just Google Maps everything. Eventually, it'll become less necessary for the routes you take often. But in the beginning it's a bit of a life saver.

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  8. You will learn your bus route very quickly. I know when my bus is coming without even texting the stop or looking online. For trips on unfamiliar buses, just look online and plan ahead. The bus routes will be the easiest part of your university career, guaranteed.

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  9. If you're confident that you're going to be able to learn the material to get a four-year degree from this place, you really shouldn't worry about the difficulty of learning the bus routes.

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  10. If you're confident that you're going to be able to learn the material to get a four-year degree from this place, you really shouldn't worry about the difficulty of learning the bus routes.

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