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Topic # 86904 15-Jul-2011 11:13
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Is it just me or does the http://www.metlink.org.nz/ website go very slow when using it's Journey Planner (and most of it's other functions) but mainly the planner. (I'v gotten a few 500 errors too)
Also when ever I put in a 100% correct address (as seen on google maps) into the Journey Planner it routes me from a completely different place to sometimes the correct place... all in all it's not very reliable and VERY slow.

I have tried using google maps which seems to work fine, but im just wondering how accurate google's data is...
Has any used the bus info google provides (from metlink)?

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  Reply # 493666 15-Jul-2011 11:16
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Yup, some serious optimisation needed on that site!

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  Reply # 493742 15-Jul-2011 15:17
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works ok for me its only a little slow

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