Monday, November 15, 2010

Ever Stayed on an Offloaded Train?

From Mel:
As a fellow Orange Line rider, you may have been part of the "offloading" that took place a Virginia Square the other morning. Offloading is in quotes, because the train started moving again LONG before all the passengers had offloaded. The doors also closed on passengers--including me--during the "doors opening" recording!

The picture attached is of the closed doors on a train full of passengers...
Has this happened to you before?

Would love to hear from anyone who has stayed on an offloaded train on purpose or been stuck on one involuntarily, like these people.

What happens? Do you go to Metro heaven or hell?

Other items:
The wait for safe, efficient Metro has been too long (WaPo)
Metro's escalator problems widespread (WaPo)
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