Friday, April 16, 2004


While waiting for a 14 bus en route to yesterday's Lower Bucks route changes hearing in Trevose, I came across signs near the restrooms at Bridge-Pratt terminal that pretty much reflects the lack of simple quality control that exists at certain parts of SEPTA. This is a transcription of the signs, as they were written:

Date: 4/13/ 2004

Schedule hours' for "CLEANING" Public rest rooms' will be as follower

Morning hours: 9:00 a/m to 10:00 a/m
Afternoon hours: 12:00 p/m to 12:30 p/m

Thank you for your patents and operation.


FTC Management

Looks like I picked a bad day to forget my camera. If any of my Northeast/Lower Bucks correspondents - or anyone who passes through Bridge-Pratt in the near future - happens to have their cameras with them, a picture would be greately appreciated. Of course, the signs may be gone by the time this is posted.

In any case, I would have thought that even though SEPTA is in a $70 million hole, they could at least afford a proof-reader...

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