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:
Flitz @losangelesmetro I am sick & tired of the 704 to Santa Monica passing by my bus stop full because you fail at scheduling @metrolosangeles
wiyum 11 minutes, 7 720s and a 920 later, still no westbound 20 =(. Wilshire/Fairfax. I should’ve walked.
CarlessValGirl #metrolosangeles the 165 westward is 17 minutes late. According to metro.net it was supposed to come at 4:40. This makes no sense. #fail
killerforhire oh my god, @metrolosangeles is discontinuing the 750 on the weekends?!!!!
killerforhire and @metrolosangeles is discontinuing 780 weekend service? i need a chance to breathe…
killerforhire OK, WHAT? CUTTING THE 920?! @metrolosangeles why have you done this to me?
Tegustamegusta @MetroLosAngeles Can you please hire workers who stop the bus where they’re supposed to instead of leaving passengers stranded?
Kudos and compliments:
phillipkent the mta operator on the rapid 733 right now totally made my day. Happy and lively announcements with an old school hat 🙂 @metrolosangeles
TroyBeast BEaST Thanksgiving ever! thanks to @Amtrak_CA @metrolosangeles for getting me back to LA & #Pasadena safely. now to recover.
Observations in transit:
anyonebutgil saw a @metrolosangeles bus being towed today. was probably the saddest thing ive seen in a long while.
Waltarrrrr I’m such a transit geek. Got all fanboy when @MetroLosAngeles CEO, Art Leahy passed me at Union Station right now. #metrolosangeles.
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