The only blog on the internet that takes a critical look at Trimet operations and does NOT just spit back Trimet press releases
Well, that's not going to work! There are runs that are over 12 hours long, so TriMet won't agree to that! There are 16 runs throughout the week that are over 12 hours in length, so do customers get screwed out of bus service? TriMet has 17 runs that are 12 hours or longer. Who gets screwed?
Ours is 8 hours mandatory. Board Ops can opt in for up to 10.5 hours off. Obviously, no one can work more than a 16hr spread. There is a 13hr spread option for Part Timers.
Lane, where can I get your data?
Max, the information is classified. But let me see what information I CAN release, but probably won't be much.
Lane what the heck are you talking about? Al, send my email address to Lane.
Here is the link to my blog.http://portlandtransitlane.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/trimet-overtime-for-the-wicked/
No. 1 saftey hazard, period. End discussion.HB
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