Driver stopped before the stop due to traffic. Then bitched at passenger for not walking up to him from actual stop.
To which our lovely pencil neck geeks sitting behind desks pretending they are important responded:
TriMet's reply: "Please report the operator of 5468 to Customer Service. Our operators are not supposed to encourage passengers to enter traffic.
Enter traffic? WTF? I think I know what the complainer was talking about, where the bus stops a few car lengths before the stop (like at a traffic light) because there are cars in the way waiting at the light, & so the driver waves the passengers forward to board so they don't have to stop twice. Which I think makes sense if the passengers are able to walk to the bus (I could see that not working if there's someone in a wheelchair, for example). But how did that get spun into the driver asking people to enter traffic?!