I'm writing down travel instructions using public transportation. It's a list where each line should essentially contain three pieces of information: what line to use, what direction of the line (i.e. the name of the final destination of the line) and the name of the stop where to exit the vehicle. I've got some concerns about the latter two station names getting mixed up. I'd like my formulations to be short, yet clear, and ideally something a native speaker might be using as well.
Some alternatives that come to my mind:
- Bus 123, direction Foo, exit at Bar
- Take bus 123 to Foo till Bar.
- Take bus 123 towards Foo to Bar.
- Take bus 123 direction Foo to Bar.
- Take bus 123 heading for Foo, leave at Bar.
- Take bus 123 to Bar, direction Foo.
In particular, I'm unsure whether the word “to” would indicate the end of the line or the stop where to exit, or perhaps both depending on context.