Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Trimet activist H.B.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I found out some information from a third party concerning two cases of Hepatitis B, although I do not know the people involved it is not surprising that this possibly could occur on the “dirty buses/trains” that “we” occupy.  In one of the cases, I heard that one of the persons went to management and stated that they contracted it from their bus/train.  Management promptly told them that they would have to prove that they contracted it from their job.  The employee would have to take blood tests daily in order to get proof, other words, saying, “You” didn’t get it on the job.  In the long run our Brothers/ Sisters have to pony-up, and pay the extra expense that should be covered by an on-the-job injury. 

Trimet survey for special needs riders

Oxymoron of the Week: Tri-Met Customer Satisfaction

(Jack Bog's Blog)
I defended Trimet in this instance, that doesn't happen very often.

Travails of a bus driver

Driver defence - Winnipeg Free Press

Great bus crash- complete with audio (get with the program trimet)

Bus accident video footage

Aging transit systems grapple with repair backlog-(trimet)

Click Here!

I get Merlo garage-extra board-Wed/Fri off

I had been wondering when they were going to get around to letting me know what was going on with the full time move.
I got a call from a Trimet person who gave me the options, being #1 I got to choose my garage.