Saturday, January 5, 2013

Michael Anderson says clear sign of an organization that, from top to bottom, sometimes simply operates with a lack of common sense.

 The Oregonian’s Joe Rose demonstrates the importance of strong daily newspapers today with an eight-month investigation into outrageous driver overtime practices at TriMet that a Harvard expert calls "categorically unsafe."
"The budget-battered agency allows operators to manipulate work rules to log as many as 22 hours in a 24-hour period," Rose reports.
The result, Rose shows through numerous anecdotes, is drivers who regularly fall asleep behind the wheel.

Four shocking passages in The Oregonian’s investigation of TriMet drivers who fall asleep at the wheel | Portland Afoot

No comments: