Why is sub-zero temperature a 'weather emergency'?
I didn't know delay was pronounced, 'Del...ah' (It's like he gave up and couldn't be bothered to to pronounce the 'y')
I'm not buying it. You people have had 150 years to work out how to make reliable switches! Use titanium if that's what it takes! Put in a heater! But no, you'd rather save a few bucks and turn arrival times into a crap shoot. Thanks a lot.
I worked rail in Alberta. Believe me, switches CAN malfunction... but on a near daily basis? Something doesn't pass the sniff test.I mean - we were heavy gauge rail on the mainline in -40 tems, and we STILL didn't get this amount of delay.
Cynic, I am. That seems like it is a preemptive way to say "You're screwed" this coming winter. They cannot get their act together with service, but they can make spiffy videos.
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