DIY Bus Stop Improvements

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1
Can I get one of those plasma screens out here in NE, please?
2
What's fun is taping up schedules from other routes. Extra credit for taping up schedules from other cities.

People shouldn't be in such a damned hurry anyway...they should relax and enjoy the gentle vibrations of the universe (which usually manifest here as cold, driving rain).
3
For the love of god, there should be ATLEAST a stop ID number at stops. So flipping lazy...thank you to those that sharpie them on a post or something.
4
Maybe have someone etch the stop number in the glass in calligraphy....
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If you have an android phone, download Portland Transit Lite. It's a free app, reliable and won't make your eyes cross like trying to decipher a bus schedule will.
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meh, fuck apps, just get the schedule via the browser.
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I think there's some guerrilla schedule-taping at the #70 shelter at SE 17th and Tenino.

Hey! New transit blog idea!
8
We would like more schedules and preferably some newspapers and cardboard boxes too
signed
bums (Portland's fastest growing cottage industry)
9
Now see, I would have used a page protector, put a schedule in it and taped IT to the shelter. That way you can take out the old schedule and slip in the new when they change. Voila'.