Jan 7, 2018 - 11:58 PM
in reply to sandhuctr
Your writing is hard to follow because you do not use punctuation. Please add a few periods ( full stops, if British) to help us out.
<"zvv fahrplan that looks better than Sbb app ">>
The best way to plan is to use the full timetable on something with a large screen:
The SBB App is good, but it is more suited for checking out times when you already have your routings. It does other jobs as well, but you can only put so much information on that small screen. ;-(
The "zvv fahrplan" ( ZVV Fahrplan) is focused more on Zürich ( Zürich VerkehrsVerein) but, whatever works. ;-)
<<"is there any other train timetables available on papers">>
The full timetable for the entire Swiss train, bus and boat system was last published as a book for 2017.
Local stations often have printed timetable leaflets for the vicinity. They are in racks at the station ticket office..or have been throughout 2017, anyway.
Each station has at least one large printed timetable on the wall. Many, in large stations.
Last modified on Jan 7, 2018 - 11:59 PM by Slowpoke