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Monday, June 2, 2014

This is not how you TV. When you see it


I guess the TV on the double decker I'm on ceased all operations. Probably figured someone had to go on strike around here.

The monitor usually display the GO logo and a message that says information is temporarily unavailable.  I know, GO jokes write themselves.

I'm sure this caused tremendous stress for someone at one of the bus garages who figured no one would notice.

It looks totally legit.

7 comments:

Pat Centeno said...

These double decker buses are fully loaded complete with power outlets, sunroofs on the upper level. Kind of disappointed they don't play any movies on the TV screens. Such a waste.

Anonymous said...

what the???? I never knew the double deckers had televisions!

Anonymous said...

How many electrical outlets are in the upper saloon? I never go up there due to high restrictions.

TomW said...

These are for next stop indicatros. GO's currently testing the software side of things. Hopefulyl we'll see them in action before the end of the year.

Valentino Assenza said...

Why don't they run the double deckers all year rounnd?

There's so much more space.

C.J. Smith said...

Because they're scary as fuck in winter weather, especially in high winds and around corners, like on and off ramps. I did that once. Once was all I needed. I avoided them after that and would wait for another bus. I think they are the worst bus ever.

Anonymous said...

I was following one towards Niagara Falls on the weekend that had quite the tilt to the driver's side going on. Looked like it might fall over so I passed it quickly.