When I slip and crack a couple of ribs at my bus stop, when I have to wade in a couple inches deep slush at the Slussen metro station, when I have to wait 27 minutes for a long time on my tunnelbaneavgång and when responsible for the city's snow removal and public transport do not seem to understand that they just have a very great responsibility, I want to shout out loud: ”this is to hell!”.
I want to primalskrika, just like a majority of the t-baneförare screaming to me and my colleagues, then none of the drivers seem to understand that they are using a microphone. I have no mic but would need a megaphone to express my frustration.
the orders in completely unacceptable situations for all in the greater Stockholm region. Ledarskribenten Erik Helmerson in DN expressed the other day just what I feel. He ordered the ”Resign all!” and was then all those who have to stand accountable for the deplorable vardagssituationerna allowed to repeat itself, time after time, day after day.
this past Thursday morning did not have any surprises. T-track was a catastrophic failure, the sidewalks continued osandade, bus services in the inner city partly abandoned for that the buses moved out in the suburbs to carry the stranded t-baneresenärer. It all is called ”signal failure” and ”we do the best we can in this extreme weather.”
appeared, shouted the driver, just like all the other drivers: ”Time of departure, the doors are shut.” Why, even into the red-hot, while she did not ”it was the time of the departure of 27 minutes ago, the doors closed”?
To say that it is ”time for departure”, and to SL, and their entrepreneur of the MTR, allowing their drivers to constantly yell out this, is a mockery to us travelers. Now it's time for the inquisition and fix things.
This winter in the stockholm traffic is long since lost, all of the trains have already gone. But if next winter should provide opportunities to arrive where you want within a reasonable time and unscathed from slipping so must the work begins bums.
This is after all now accountable to the resignation – at the right time, that is to say, immediately!