In my country of Japan, we don!￣t have TVs onboard buses. What we have instead are digital displays that shows how much to pay depending on where you got on and where you!￣re getting off.
Hahaha, I guess Metro finally wised up and dumped something that was so lame, cheap and cheesy. Even LAUSD telecommunications classes had better production values than Transit TV did!
My spirit animal is a deer and a horse
Oh my. These brownies look absolutely lovely and delicious! I don!￣t think brownies can really get better than this!
Left wing tagged adult, assuming it is 17, since tag cannot be clearly read due to the bright sunshine. Clearly two adult BV entered the shed, one left wing tagged.
Stunning top! and lovely jeans zips detail.
I think, yes, it can be done with some CSS stilling but I!￣m not familiar with TWpro. I!￣ll play with it in weekend and will post more info.
Incredible! I always wanted to like Illinoise ¨C but couldn!￣t quite warm to it. This reimagining of it is so deep, dude. Thanks for the killer tunes!
Transit TV is pointless. It just adds noise to the environment and doesn!￣t help riders. Changing the screens to show bus wait times for upcoming transfer points would be very useful, especially given the design of the LA bus system.
I want to know what to do because I work shifts and these tablets make me dizzy , I want to know if its possible to change and drink them at any time of the day depending on my shifts or should I stick to the time that I am taking them everyday?