101.7 FM IN GENEVA DAB+, CABLE & SATELLITE ACROSS SWITZERLAND
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The changes are a disaster. In such a small city, one has to change two to three lines to get from point a to point b. And, very few improvements have been made to correct the mistakes. TPG should just go back to the old system which worked fine. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
The fact that 2 trams with different destinations have the same number: 14!!! is completly out of logic! Why would somebody make such a choice when it’s SO easy to have another number??!I’ve heard TPG had hundreds of complains on this subject and still, no change. They run the public transport for us, people paying for the ticket so isn’t it normal to make the change as long as we are not happy about it? Why making things complicated when it’s so much easier to make it simple?
Buses are not that punctual as it were 10 years ago specially no. 8 and 11. Drivers are not keen to drive safely - sudden break is always to be expected. I miss the old respectful punctual drivers.