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You know, they at least kept the same basic color combination year after year. Tri-Meth is on like its fourth or fifth color scheme since it was formed in 1969.
The big question is, how much does it cost each time the bus agency cum train line changes its colors? How much to repaint the buses? How much in designer fees?
February 04, 2013 at 08:33 AM
There's a reason private companies don't run mass transit any more.
You can't make any money at it.
Tri Meth is living proof governments only know how to take money. They have no idea how to make a profitable dollar.
If riders had to pay what it really cost, they wouldn't ride it.
But, maybe the drivers wouldn't be working 20 hours a day.
Windsor Park |
February 04, 2013 at 11:21 AM
Does any one have a pix of the car barns on North Killingsworth across the street from the liquor store and dime store? The dime store was Kress I think.
Clark Starker |
February 04, 2013 at 04:37 PM
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