Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Lane vs Ellen Fox


GREAT PERFORMANCES IN 2012-DAN CHRISTENSEN


FUNNY HOW TRIMET ALWAYS HAS FUNDS FOR STUFF LIKE THIS

1.  Assist in the conception, development and implementation of a variety of TOD planning projects and activities.
2.  Prepare maps, graphs and other visual aids for reports and public presentations in support of TOD programs. Prepare technical memorandums, emails, agendas, schedules, drafting meeting notes, tracking tasks, assignments and due dates, in support of TOD programs.
3.  Evaluate and analyze financial statements, including development pro formas. Make recommendations based on prior knowledge to ensure proper cost of development and income projections are accurate.
4.  Serve as a liaison for various committees. Provide information to various groups, committees, and individuals regarding transportation and development projects.
5.  Collect and evaluate data, perform analysis, including demographic data, market data and transit data. Prepare documentation, formulate solutions to problems and write reports as assigned.
6.  Stay abreast of market trends, development finance programs and TOD best practices.

TRIMET BULLSHIT

TRIMET 'CUSTOMER' SERVICE (ask Dale Weber about this)

Customer Service

The Customer Service Department works to attract and retain riders by giving customers accurate information, listening to and acting on their concerns, and providing an extra measure of personal attention when service disruptions occur.
Customer Feedback Process

TRIMET BUDGET CRISIS UPDATE

"We must impose sharp austerity onto Trimet riders and employees if the agency is to survive" Says Trimet General Manager Mcfarlane. (and we also need to keep the executive ranks nice and full is what he hasn't mentioned to the public)


SO FAR THE NEW $30 MILLION DOLLAR BDS IS A BUST

And now they have this planned for mid 2013, I'm sure it will work out as planned, just like the new BDS has worked out:

Q: When will we start using transfer printers on the buses?

A: Pilot testing on a portion of the bus fleet is expected to begin in the spring. Around the middle of 2013, the plan is for all buses to have transfer printers installed near the farebox. Instead of tearing, punching and handing over a flimsy newsprint transfer, the operator will push a button on the MDT screen, and the new device will issue a durable transfer with a foil strip and the correct expiration time, daycode and designation (Adult/Honored Citizen/ Youth). Although the new device is just a printer—you can’t swipe or tap a debit/ credit card on it—it’s another step toward an electronic fare system. Before the transfer printers become widely available, we’ll educate customers through media releases, social media, email and other channels.

DALE WEBER NEVER RODE TRIMET AGAIN

Line 12, Bus 2939, Approximately 3:15 PM, 8/13/2010, 116300 SW Pacific Hwy Outbound., Female driver.

JEEZ-WHY AREN'T MORE PEOPLE APPLYING FOR THIS TRIMET PORK?

Salary: $38,789.00 - $55,245.00 Hourly