Tuesday, February 20, 2018

NEWSFLASH!!! KANSAS CITY TOY TRAIN STREETCAR FAILS IN ICE AGAIN WHILST BUSES PICK UP SLACK!!!



The Streetcar was down ALL OF TUESDAY because of ice while buses kept running . . .

Toy train confirmation . . .

#kcstreetcar service currently suspended due to ice storm. Service is running w/ 2 @ridekc buses on the route w/ arrivals every 15 mins. Thank you for your patience. Will post updates.

Sadly, that was a morning message and the toy train never got back online today white it's Twitter presence kept sharing hype with fanboys.

And so . . .

THIS IS THE SECOND ALL-DAY STREETCAR ICE FAIL THIS WINTER!!! THE TOY TRAIN SIMPLY ISN'T RELIABLE IN THE TYPICAL KANSAS CITY COLD WEATHER!!!

As streetcar advocates tout expansion, the ice problems have yet to be addressed and present a major weakness in this mode of transit.

Developing . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should also report that during the Summer the streetcar often overheats and shuts down. Can't take our 100+degree weather either in July.

Anonymous said...

If it won't move, it's not transportation. Just an expensive art piece.

Anonymous said...

More like an expensive piece of junk!

Anonymous said...

The toy train is very reliable. You can rely completely that the piece of shit will not work in moderately bad weather.

Anonymous said...

The toy train is very reliable. You can rely completely that the piece of shit will not work in moderately bad weather.

яussian b0t said...

Streetcar always work in яussia! Trump grate #maga

Anonymous said...

Sylvesters legacy —— crooked airport and a train that couldn’t

Anonymous said...

S.N.A.F.U.

Anonymous said...

FUBAR

Anonymous said...

So when they expand it to UMKC, it will change the entire parking along Main Street. Delivery trucks won't be able to use front door entrances since they're too wide to park within the white lines on the street for the streetcar. People won't be able to use it to get to jobs since it's too unreliable. Businesses will suffer for a few years as they tear apart the streets to install rails and overhead wires. And it will be obsolete as soon as we have autonomous self-driving shuttles in a couple of years and there are already 100% electric buses in operation around the world. Biggest boondoggle ever.