Ask Joe: Why are electronic bus signs not working?

A viewer wants to know why many of the new electronic bus signs installed by RTC are not working?

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sosudden - 12/13/2013 3:59 AM
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First of all, many of the monitors didn't work in the summertime either, contradicting Mr. Moreno's explanation. And why didn't RTC do any homework before purchasing these devices? Now, despite RTC's awareness of the problem, why do they refuse to place relatively inexpensive but long-lasting laminated placards with arrival times at these stops to facilitate travel until the problem is solved? In addition, there are stops all over town without any monitors, placards, bus schedule vending machines, or any other information available to advise riders of when -- or if -- the next bus is coming. At first glance, the bus system is impressive with its massive Fourth Street Station, the $100,000 Flying Bus, the costly method employed to combat pigeons, and its fleet of buses but upon closer examination,
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