Saturday, February 6, 2010

Nice one

Updated image: "groud" Thx nitin

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brrrrrrrr...

Anonymous said...

Surely you don't disagree with this

Anonymous said...

I agree - it's not like they have a choice. If you can't drive safely (busses) or get power to your trains (above ground stations) you're not left with many options. Better to have a few people grumble about the lack of service, than several get injured or threaten lawsuits as they are involved in accidents or stranded.

Where are you going to go today anyway? Everything is closed. Not to mention, employees can't get to work (Metro employees or otherwise).

Unsuck DC Metro said...

Look again at the photo anon 10:13/10:53

nitin said...

looks like they fixed "serrvice", but apparently they're still not running any trains above "groud"

Anonymous said...

Heh.. it has now been fixed in both places. Good post.

Anonymous said...

Put down NYC's old, raggedy subways if some of you want to, but NYC subways NEVER shut down.

Anonymous said...

If they don't double check the spelling on the Web site, no wonder they have all these accidents. Carelessness, carelessness...WMMATA <3

technosophe said...

In NYC, they can hire the rats to run the trains when the regular operators can't make it in from the outer Burroughs.

Anonymous said...

Can the new General Manager please ask Congress to include burying the above ground sections or to bore tunnels under existing tracks to give us service in inclement weather?

Please.

Anonymous said...

@ 12:07

It's not worth it.

Anonymous said...

You know what really sucks? Metro not having above ground service 36 hours after the storm.

You suck John Catoe.

Anonymous said...

um... Catoe resigned already. he's out of the picture.

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 10:37 - He's still GM until April 1. Fire him now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I do like how the photo is of an above ground train. The snow in the background makes it even better.

Anonymous said...

Trains come every 30 minutes? Fine.
Real time train arrivals not working? Uhhhh.... thanks guys.

Normally I'd have to wait 6-12 minutes if I miss a train. Can't wait to sit at Metro Center for 30 minutes after I inevitably just miss my train!

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