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Q: Beijing bus routes - in english

a few years ago there was a website, in english, giving all the Beijing bus routes, with each stop name. (http://www.bjbus.com) I remember you could also enter a bus number and get the entire route. This made for good route planning. does anyone know if there is another site with this information? this one no longer works !!

or does every one use a GPS now??

6 years 39 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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bjbus seems to be working for me. Maybe it was down for a little while?

 

If it still doesn't work for you, try http://www.51ditu.com/

And if you have a smartphone, try getting Baidu maps or Google maps.

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City84.com can give you the whole route of a bus, but it is in Chinese, so use a popup dictionary.  Maybe things are different in Beijing, but while on the bus even during the English prompt the bus stop name will be in some form of Chinese, so it is better just to learn the Chinese words.

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