So, as I was riding the bus this morning, in somewhat of a haze, I was momentarily distracted by a rattling noise on the floor. Being the observant individual I am, I looked down only to find some worn bolts rolling around. Although I was unable to ascertain their point of origin, I am fairly certain they worked themselves loose from somewhere on the bus floor.
Now, I 'm not trying to scare anyone, but here's the deal. - I don't think Edmonton buses are all that safe. The doors frequently do not shut properly/or at all on the small feeder buses. This would not be such a problem if the bus wasn't frequently packed to the max, forcing small children to stand in the area directly adjacent to the broken doors. All it's going to take is one bump and a stumble and we'll have kids falling out onto the busy morning streets.
Of less, but still some concern, is that when you sit down on the pee-stained seats your clothes often catch and snag on errant nails that have been neglected for far too long.
Come on ETS, get your crap together. Don't let a lawsuit be the reason that you address this problem. Who knows what's happening under the bus that we can't see...