A collection of photos taken with the HTC Touch P3050
Sunday, December 28, 2008
When there is a heavy snowfall the advice always has been "Don't drive take public transit". Public transit, however, don't always come through. Take the current cold spell and snowfalls as an example. A faulty switch at the Columbia Station had disrupted services for days. Why can't they get it fixed? Or is it more than they let on? Also why can't they inform transit users better? More often than not words didn't come till the passengers almost arrived at the affected station.
How about some screens on the platforms informing passengers so they can take alternate routes before spending precious time on the train and needed to head back?