In the Elderly the Case arouses Movia member of the boards decision to reinstate the printed busplaner joy, explains deputy director Michael Teit Nielsen, who believe that common sense has prevailed.
- It is clearly an improvement compared to how the bus stops have seen in the last two months. It is common sense, which prevails, for it, which increasingly has gone up for me, is that passengers who have a smartphone, think it is deep bloody stupid that you should depend on it, when you need the bus, he says and stresses that the decision has particular importance for Older people The members.
- Especially for our members, many of whom do not feel themselves as champions of the digital, is it a more comfortable and easy solution. They will feel more confident and feel that they are getting a better service from the bus company, he says.
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Michael Teit Nielsen also welcomes the fact that Movia has finally listened to the massive criticism and not simply referred to the company's existing offers.
- They have finally listened and are not just flatly rejected the criticism. Something that has annoyed me is that you've got the same papegøjesvar that you just can call from his mobile phone or get a timetable sent to you by post, he says, and adds:
- I would like to say officially thanks to the Extra Magazine, because you have helped to show that it is ordinary people who have had a desire for it here. I think you have done a good and socially useful task.