email@example.com says... > Roy Everett <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > > According to , it is a myth: they come in twos. > > The author of  obviously spends far too much time working out > statistical distribution formulae and not enough time standing at bus > stops. It is not a myth, it is observable fact.
One of the authors is a former work colleague of mine, so I'll pass on your kind constructive advice.
> > Reference > >  Eastaway, R and Wyndham, J. "Why do buses come in threes?" > > Robson Books, 10 Blenheim Court, Brewery Road, London, N7 9NT. 1999. > > ISBN 1 86105 247 2