Lane Jensen returns

Lane Jensen returns

Sunday, September 16, 2012

ONE OF THE BEST SCENES IN TV HISTORY

Gustavo Fring is blown up by Walter White with the aid of Hector, a disabled member of the Mexican cartel! Breaking Bad! (and I've been watching TV a long time)

LANE JENSEN PRESENTS CONUNDRUM FOR TRIMET

Trimet's own website says he can do what he is doing. Operators don't like it, just like they didn't like me doing what Lane is doing. But this time TRIMESS has no power over LANE JENSEN, he is not an employee of the district.

Lane gets kicked off the line 20!

Another amazing video by LJ Productions.




CLASSIC TWEETS


More from my MBTA trip

I have a little chat with an MBTA driver
Riding an MBTA low floor
Harvard Square

I sure hope Trimet doesn't fail as badly as the MBTA has

According to someone who knows more about the MBTA then I this is normal. I rode the MBTA 40-50 years ago, it wasn't like that then but I suppose that was a long time ago wasn't it? NY was always like this, but Boston was not. Furthermore she stated: mbta fails at money management mostly. But the 5 years I relied on it to get to work I was NEVER late because a bus no showed

And ANOTHER TRIMET fail


RIDING BOSTON'S SUBWAYS

MBTA

Is the new eastside line the beginning of the end for the streetcar?

The streetcar's fare is $1; TriMet's is $2.50. The streetcar's annual pass costs $150; TriMet's: $1,100. For around $2.50 each per year, the tens of thousands who carry PSU or OHSU IDs. enjoy unlimited streetcar rides. The new line's shared alignment with existing bus routes highlights this double standard, especially since streetcars cost much more to operate than buses. The absurdity is undeniable when streetcars break down and are replaced by TriMet buses. Whether riders pay $1 or $2.50 depends on whether the bus has a "streetcar replacement" sign.

R A Fontes editorial here!

Latest SEEN and HEARD on #TRIMET (aka #Trimess)

Trimetscanner tweets are HERE!