Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Screwing our retirees is HOW WE ROLL

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Latest "seen and heard on Trimet" (uncensored)

But not seen on TRIMET'S HOW WE ROLL BLOG!
 TRIMET SCANNER TWEETS    
Fuck trimet! It said i missed it and its just gonna go right on by. I swear! Real time my ass cheeks!

Milwaukie MAX will be Magical!

TriMet – Milwaukie MAX will be Magical!

GOOD READ

Spending money, though, is a lot easier than building transit. All too often, flashy and expensive commuter projects are financed while more practical ideas for maximizing the existing infrastructure are neglected and delayed.

Read the article: Silicon Valley, Where Mass Transit Goes to Die - Bloomberg

ACTUAL AD APPEARING IN LOCAL PAPERS (thanks Steve Fung)

TRIMET SPENDS $34 MILLION AND GETS JUNK (part 2) VERY FUNNY


TRIMET $34 MILLION SPENT ON JUNK (no surprise, that is the TRIMET WAY)

Very funny stuff off the scanner

WHO IS REALLY 'STRANGLING' TRIMET?

Classic Tweets

TriMet: You are getting an Orange Line no matter what and it will be magical

Portland Pulp

Mainstream media FINALLY reports on audio recording on buses

This was reported by me, Lane Jensen, and "Adri" @pdxtrimetrider on twitter (she was actually the first report on this topic). Now months later Joe Rose finally decides to report it.

TriMet quietly adds always-recording microphones with new buses: Portland commuting roundup | OregonLive.com

ATTENTION MISINFORMED BUS DRIVERS

Sometimes I wonder if the people running ATU 757 have any idea what they are doing

ATU 757 has been running ads in various periodicals in the Portland area, like the one posted at MAX FAQs.

But theses ads ARE NOT on the  TransitVoice.org, which is the official website for the transit workers voice?

You'd  think they would put it on their own website rather them me having to get them sent to me by other people or appearing on other websites.

Get a clue will ya?

Cameron Johnson-'In praise of a bus driver'

A Letter to Customer Service About Excellent Driver Lita Martin.

I wrote this to TriMet Saturday evening in response to a bus ride that turned around from a bad experience to a good one. It's only the second incident of me doing this in my many instances of riding. Greg Larson was the one who responded, and he was quite receptive of my words; for that I am glad. Here's the letter in its entirety.

"Dear TriMet,