"First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win." ~Mahatma Gandhi
Of course what TriMet should be doing is posting schedules at bus stops - after all, that's why TriMet spent all that money to install schedule holders on the new bus stop posts.Currently at many bus stops with the new-style stop sign, there is absolutely NO schedule information whatsoever...at least the old blue-and-white signs would have a decal that indicated what type of service "weekday rush hour", "weekday, saturday, sunday", "Frequent Service" the bus route was...the new signs do not.
There should be schedules in the pouches at all times!Why won't they stock the buses themselves?It's BIZZARO!
I find it interesting that they stock your pouches, why not just stock bins like we do here, and you take what you need. You then put them out on your bus, and remove them at the end of your shift, then you either hold on to them for you next shift or return them tot he bins on your way out (but please, do not hoard in your lockers, thats just rude). Once those are gone, they are gone.
I don't care how they do it, but not having them available to people who ride that bus is completely disrespectful to riders of the system!
Well, a bus schedule inside of a bus is kind of a buried shovel.
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