|Re: Pedestrians aren't the only ones who matter. (322191)|
|Home > BusChat|
Re: Pedestrians aren't the only ones who matter.
And the community board meeting was not an anti-transit venue. If you watch the video of the meeting you will see that numerous people asked for improved bus and transit service. Being anti-SBS on Woodhaven does not equate with being anti-transit.
You can state that most of the people in the area are for SBS and it is meaningless that virtually everyone at the meeting who are against it was the exception to the general population, but you don't have a shred of evidence to back that up. It is just a wild unsubstantiated claim.
Different audiences who ask different questions shoukd get different answers. But the same question asked at each meeting should get the same answer. That is If each area asks how many parking spaces will be eliminated, the answer for each area will be different, but the total number remains the same. By having separate meetings, they can avoid answering certain questions that pertain to the entire project.
So you are saying that they still didn't know how many parking spaces they would be eliminating until they actually eliminated them because they never even bothered counting them.
They coukd get the same number of opinions with fewer meetings. I would not have made that complaint as long as they answered all the questions asked of them. It is obvious they did not.
When she one complained to me about there not being an Avenue R stop after implementation, I told her the time to ask for it was at the workshops before implementation. She responded that she attended every one of them and brought it up each time and was told they will look at it. In the end, they omitted it without giving any reasons until elected officials made a big stink out of it and then their reasons were not sufficient.
They said not enough passengers were transferring at Avenue R to merit a stop there. However, they also needed to count non-transferring passengers as well as passengers boarding at Quentin and Avenue S as well to make a determination, because in all likelihood many of this passengers would also walk to Avenue R and use that stop if it were SBS.
Prices go up over time? Guess that explains why in 2011, the MTA stated the project costed $44.7 million and in 2013, it cost only $15 million. Thanks for clearing that up. It also explains why "total project cost" does not include additional annual operating costs.
Guess the MTA has their own definition of the word "total."
So what are the possible rationale explanations to explain a decrease in price by two thirds? And what became of all that extra money that was never spent? And you have the nerve to call me dishonest.
It is obvious who is being dishonest here and by not admitting they lied about the costs just to get public approval, you are no better than they are.
You asked me for the links insinuating that I was lying by pointing out the discrepancies if I didn't provide them. So I gave you the links, and you still won't admit THEY LIED.
I told you that it won't make a difference to you if I provided the links or not and I was correct.
That's why I won't post the pictures of inadequate signage and totally worn out pavement markings because you already stated that it is no indication of poor execution.
So with you it does not matter what evidence is presented, you just ignore all evidence so as not to change your claims and keep claiming there is no data or the data is inadequate when I am making a point. but all your unsubstantiated facts are true because you are the one who makes them.
People can see right through you.