Hi, in Mike Fleury's article "Bus Route" his opening sentence states that Andrew Safer spent "HOURS" last week riding metro transit... I would like to point out that the average transit trip from time point to time point is 30 minutes. If he spent hours, he may have made a maximum of 10 trips to places where he could get a differnet bus. Is that enough?
Oh, P.S. He was not seen in Spryfield which boasts over 70% of the ridership and 90% of the oldest vehicles in the fleet. Maybe he took a safer route.
By David Ciochetto