Welcome to Twitter Tuesday, a weekly feature here at The Source in which we’ll round up the latest Metro related tweets in the Twitterverse. To follow Metro on Twitter just search for @MetroLosAngeles. We recommend adding the #MetroLosAngeles tag to your tweets to get our attention.
And when it comes to complaints, the best way to get them addressed is to use the Customer Comment Form on Metro.net. There you can provide all the detail needed so that customer service reps may best address your problems.
Complaints and criticisms:
cookiebandit Great, 720 bus breaks down at la cienega. What a way to start a morning. @metrolosangeles
emiglio I feel like @metrolosangeles decided to cut the 780, 750, and 714 bus lines without actually ever riding them. Never seen an empty one.
JoeQuality @metrolosangeles When will RapidBus.net work again? All routes have been “unavailable” for months.
cristal19 In the 4.1 miles from La Brea 2 Vermont, I passed SEVEN buses on Wilshire. WHY!?! It was 2:30, not rush hr @metrolosangeles #needadamnsubway
alexdecordoba Bus 9051 nearly hit me on Sunset, didn’t use mirrors or signal when pulling into traffic. #BikeLA @bikemetrp @metrolosangeles
kneel28 Boo all @metrolosangeles board members for caving to NIMBYs and voting to exclude Condo Canyon from #WilshireBRT
ZachBehrens Just saw a @metrolosangeles red line train leave 2 minutes earlier than scheduled, based both on my phone and clocks on station screens.
superjanna This Sunday will bring maybe the most depressing biannual Metro changeover EVER. R.I.P. Line 920 & Weekend 780 :’( @metrolosangeles
PBunches And guess what @metrolosangeles… Apparently Google Transit file is too big to load onto my mobile browser. Can you fix your trip planner?
PBunches @villaraigosa @ericgarcetti Please see what you can do to help commuters by getting @metrolosangeles to fix their mobile trip planner.
anyonebutgil @metrolosangeles bus 38 towards usc at olive/18th so damn confusing. picks up on the southeast side? say what?!?
Kudos and compliments:
ZachBehrens New schedules for @metrolosangeles went into effect yesterday, and today’s new bus driver is a pro–on time like no other!
Good ideas and observations in transit, after the jump. Continue reading