Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Imma on a mission to rescue y'all

There's this belief that GO Transit actually listens to me. They don't. But today, they just might.

I'm hearing it's an oven on most of the coaches on most of the corridors and hundreds of you are considering shedding the already light layers of clothing you have on just to make it home.

I've texted and emailed every single GO Transit contact I've cared to save info for. I have put in the call. I will save you!

My advice is if you're reading this on a hot train right now, just screw the fact you copped a seat and move to a coach with better A/C. It's the only way to roll.


Anonymous said...

Some coaches were colder than others. People complaining need to do exactly what you said, move.

Squiggles said...

Not only move, but make note of the coach number and send it into customer service.

They may take a while to respond, but I like to think that they will actually do something about it. At least when I sent in the coach # a few weeks ago because the fan wasn't working, they said they would look into it. Remember, if they don't know it is broken, how can they fix it?

C.J. Smith said...

Squiggles nailed it.

calvinhc said...

Exactly what Squiggles said!

One summer morning nine years ago after we first moved into our home, I was woken up just before 5am by a loud bang. One of the line-fuses on the power feeder in front of our home had blew and it was the one that our block was powered from. Our power was out, but it should be fixed soon. The clock radio had a batter backup, so I went back to sleep.

When I got up at 7:30, the power was still off, and we had no hot water (our gas water heater is power vented!). I decided to call the electrical utility to find out what was going on. They informed me a crew was on its way as they just got a call five minutes earlier from the caretaker who just arrived at the school up the street to find the power off. The power was back on in 15 minutes.

Moral of the story: never assume that someone else will report a problem to get it fixed!