Timetables are produced to meet the clients' requirements and mainly consist of four basic formats. These are wallet, pocket, standard DL and booklet.
Our timetables are renowned for their clean and concise display of transport information through easy-to-read, well laid out and uncluttered styling with the use of clear route maps and diagrams.
The size of the finished timetable depends on what market it is being used for.
Wallet (Credit Card) Timetable
The use of the wallet timetable is great for metropolitan operators where passengers have easy accessible information that is portable and can fit into wallets, handbags and small cases easily whilst, at the same time, not lacking the essential elements of timetable design. The size of our wallet timetable varies horizontally, whilst the standard three panels vertical (for ease of folding) is maintained. Maximum flat sheet size is generally up to eight panels across. One panel is equivalent to 65mm wide by 95mm high.
The pocket timetable is also suitable for metropolitan operations, and is good for where more space is required to convey larger amounts of useful information. This size is also suitable for regional timetable operations where large regional maps can be placed without the need for stick maps or separations. The size of our pocket timetable varies horizontally, whilst the standard two panels vertical (for ease of folding) is maintained. Maximum flat sheet size is generally up to eight panels across. One panel is equivalent to 80mm wide by 145mm high.
Standard DL Timetable
The standard DL timetable is suitable for operators who have standardised on this size and currently have display racks on vehicles or a wide distribution to locations where distinction is required between other operators information. The standard DL is made of one or more DL (99mm X 210mm) panels which fold back to normal DL size. This size is suitable for all types of transport operators and can include supplementary information about other services provided.
The booklet timetable is similar to the standard DL size timetable except it can be made up of a large number of pages. This size suits operations where network information is a must and inclusion of fares, tourist details and company portfolio is required. This timetable is usually made up of multiples of four pages at a time to the required number.