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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Metro Transit

Posted on Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 10:57 AM

OK, I remember the city telling us to leave our complaints at the door and not to harass the drivers when they came back after the strike. I complied with this but someone didn't tell the drivers how to be nice. Every weekend for the past month I have had to take Metro Transit and only once was there a friendly driver. The rest of the drivers were rude, ignorant and couldn't bother to respond to me when I said good day. Dear drivers, just because you have a union shouldn't mean you can be rude to the public. If you don't like your jobs, well quit! Dear Metro Transit management, it's time you started listening to the public's complaints especially now that ridership is down. It is very easy. Just tell your drivers to be nice to their riders. Yes, it can be as easy as that. All the advertising in the world will not keep riders if your drivers cannot be civil. —Miss Manners

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