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... be assured that I don't expect this!
Still, a nice gesture from Calgary Transit. I trust it flashed only briefly, so that nobody missed crucial info about when the next train is coming.
Posted on 04/16/2012 in Calgary | Permalink
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You deserve it, Jarrett!
Your book is amazing. Clear and understandable, that helps any reader and lay transit advocate participate in a transit planning discussion intelligently and cogently.
Dan Wentzel |
04/16/2012 at 09:45
Well we had considered lighting the olympic torch on top of the Calgary Tower for you, but settled for this instead. (joking!)
04/16/2012 at 09:47
It's nice to see they used those signs for something good! Here, they went through a lot of expense to install digital signs, but they are only used to flash messages like "Remember to renew your driver's license" and "Fare evasion is a violation of state law."
Somebody at operations put up a holiday greeting last year, briefly, but promptly got in big trouble for "misusing the signs."
04/16/2012 at 11:49
04/20/2012 at 13:20
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