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Tales from the Transit Line

Public Service Announcement from the Evening Commute:

Sometimes, on rainy days especially, it is hard to tell the difference between mud and poo.

While navigating a public transit system, however, you are encouraged to err on the side of caution and assume that any brown substance on the ground is the latter.

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Tales from the Transit Line

Fashion Files from the Evening Commute:

Ladies, if the length of your skirt is above your knees and you’re sitting with those knees equally bent and your feet shoulder-width apart, both firmly planted on the floor, it doesn’t matter how gold your headband is or how big your pearl earrings are – you look cheap.

And now, what’s trending: #crisscrossapplesauce

Tales from the Transit Line

Fashion File from the Evening Commute:

If it looks like your money would be better spent on botox injections, you’re too old to be shopping at Aritzia.

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

May the escalator at your transfer station never be broke down – ever, let alone for a week – when the only alternative to reach your platform is three flights of stairs.

Namaste.

Tales from the Transit Line

Public Service Announcement from the Evening Commute:

Don’t be a dope, vote!

This message is brought to you by a concerned commuter.

For more information, visit http://www.morebusesnow.ca/election.

Tales from the Transit Line

Public Service Announcement from the Morning Commute:

Tired of missing your bus or feeling more like a sardine than a commuter?

You have a chance to vote for better public transit in the BC election today.

The BC New Democrats say they will re-direct millions in carbon tax revenue to increase funding for public transit and improve service as a practical response to climate change.

The choice is yours, but the results for public transit over the last 12 years under the BC Liberals is clear – there are no more buses.

For more information, visit www.MoreBusesNow.ca/election.

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Tales from the Transit Line

Report from the Evening Commute:

Never rush to leave your house, a golden-haired commuter warned her traveling companion this evening.

“[Because] you might forget your wallet or your keys or your life or something,” she noted, adding that she probably hasn’t bought cookies in ten years.