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  • 给超人设计的。
    广播里一直在攻击,高峰期间这么多人挤在车里,挡住车门延长时间这很正常,怎么能把事故责任推给乘客?上电梯,也经常会遇到需要手动延时开门的情况。
    电梯门已经挤了一百年了。
     

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    怎么觉得当初国内搞高铁的时候,要外国公司竞争要外国公司技术转让是对的。 这样一来,出了问题可以自己慢慢修理。

    要是一切都是外国造,出了问题只有干瞪眼。 外国还可以时不时拿捏你一下!
    给超人设计的。
    广播里一直在攻击,高峰期间这么多人挤在车里,挡住车门延长时间这很正常,怎么能把事故责任推给乘客?上电梯,也经常会遇到需要手动延时开门的情况。

    法国人设计的,思路清奇,如同法国车。
     

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    靠这条宝贝LRT,Octrandpo 打算lay-off 一批司机,减少运营成本,收回部分投资。不知哪个城市有过类似的成功经验,一条10公里的轻轨线能完全替代市中心的所有公交车。异想天开吧?
    你以为octranspo的工会是吃素的?事实上是layoff的司机又都返聘回来了,最后真正走人的没几个。这些都是悄悄干的,没敢让大家知道;);)
     

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    市内那公交车专用道取消没有?:p:D
     

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    什么破车门啊!


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    The warning came shortly after train doors became stuck at both Parliament and Lyon stations, causing system-wide delays that lasted about 90 minutes. A similar incident messed up Tuesday's morning commute.

    "There needs to be some punitive measures, and people have to understand that when the doors are about to close, you don't pry them back open," Watson told reporters at city hall.

    "We can't have 14 red vests telling people not to do what, you know, is common sense: not to pry the doors open," Watson said, referring to the red-vested OC Transpo employees who have been acting as ambassadors at stations since the Confederation Line opened last month.

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    "What people are doing, and I see it when I'm on the platform myself, they're rushing and running and trying to get in the door and holding it open when they don't have to because they can wait four minutes and another train will be coming," he said.

    The city said Wednesday afternoon the Lyon station incident was caused by someone who was running to catch their train and tried to pry open the doors, while the Parliament station delay was caused by a rider holding the doors open with both hands.

    Watson said the city has video footage of the Lyon station incident and is looking into the legal ramifications of releasing it publicly.



    Hundreds of OC Transpo customers either caught replacement buses or walked the rest of the way to work after jammed doors caused significant delays on the Confederation Line Wednesday morning. (Giacomo Panico/CBC)
    Watson wouldn't elaborate on what type of fine might be imposed, or how the city would be able to track down the alleged culprit.

    Watson characterized Tuesday and Wednesday morning's chaotic commutes as "extreme growing pains," but said he understands customers are unhappy.

    "This level of service is not acceptable. I'm frustrated. I was angry this morning," he said, adding that he's instructed John Manconi, the city's general manager of transportation services, and city manager Steve Kanellakos to come up with a solution to "this damn door issue once and for all."

    Manconi later said at a press conference that OC Transpo was taking a number of steps to fix the problem.

    'Fragile' system
    Currently, the trains are set up so the doors close automatically after a certain period of time, but Watson said staff will be reviewing that system to see whether operators should be able to manually override the controls, or if more time should be allotted before doors close.

    "Whatever the situation is, it has to be resolved because when one train goes down, it backs the whole system up and that adds to the anger and the frustration that people rightfully have."

    Watson called on train manufacturer Alstom "to find out why is the system so fragile" that one jammed door can effectively shut down the entire line.

    When there is a problem on the Confederation Line, OC Transpo brings in R1 buses to provide parallel service.

    Coun. Allan Hubley, who chairs the city's transit committee, said nothing is off the table until the door problem is resolved, including continuing to run the buses regularly.
     

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    加拿大政府的项目质量管理太差。
     

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    什么破车门啊!


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    The warning came shortly after train doors became stuck at both Parliament and Lyon stations, causing system-wide delays that lasted about 90 minutes. A similar incident messed up Tuesday's morning commute.

    "There needs to be some punitive measures, and people have to understand that when the doors are about to close, you don't pry them back open," Watson told reporters at city hall.

    "We can't have 14 red vests telling people not to do what, you know, is common sense: not to pry the doors open," Watson said, referring to the red-vested OC Transpo employees who have been acting as ambassadors at stations since the Confederation Line opened last month.

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    "What people are doing, and I see it when I'm on the platform myself, they're rushing and running and trying to get in the door and holding it open when they don't have to because they can wait four minutes and another train will be coming," he said.

    The city said Wednesday afternoon the Lyon station incident was caused by someone who was running to catch their train and tried to pry open the doors, while the Parliament station delay was caused by a rider holding the doors open with both hands.

    Watson said the city has video footage of the Lyon station incident and is looking into the legal ramifications of releasing it publicly.



    Hundreds of OC Transpo customers either caught replacement buses or walked the rest of the way to work after jammed doors caused significant delays on the Confederation Line Wednesday morning. (Giacomo Panico/CBC)
    Watson wouldn't elaborate on what type of fine might be imposed, or how the city would be able to track down the alleged culprit.

    Watson characterized Tuesday and Wednesday morning's chaotic commutes as "extreme growing pains," but said he understands customers are unhappy.

    "This level of service is not acceptable. I'm frustrated. I was angry this morning," he said, adding that he's instructed John Manconi, the city's general manager of transportation services, and city manager Steve Kanellakos to come up with a solution to "this damn door issue once and for all."

    Manconi later said at a press conference that OC Transpo was taking a number of steps to fix the problem.

    'Fragile' system
    Currently, the trains are set up so the doors close automatically after a certain period of time, but Watson said staff will be reviewing that system to see whether operators should be able to manually override the controls, or if more time should be allotted before doors close.

    "Whatever the situation is, it has to be resolved because when one train goes down, it backs the whole system up and that adds to the anger and the frustration that people rightfully have."

    Watson called on train manufacturer Alstom "to find out why is the system so fragile" that one jammed door can effectively shut down the entire line.

    When there is a problem on the Confederation Line, OC Transpo brings in R1 buses to provide parallel service.

    Coun. Allan Hubley, who chairs the city's transit committee, said nothing is off the table until the door problem is resolved, including continuing to run the buses regularly.
    人太多,下车时间长,这破系统要求乘客来不及下来,再坐一站。:shale:
     

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    投资uber好机会
     

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    车门没有感应器?
     
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