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Equipment, material selection and initial design will either limit or improve better management of the inevitable introduction of human waste inside transit station elevators. Nasty elevators present a denial of service and accessibility for disabled patrons. Routine equipment and approaches can't prevent, detect or address the problems created by this condition. Elevators are expensive, complex, unique and - without proper design and maintenance - will rapidly deteriorate and fail, resulting in premature replacement.1 vote
Our SSOA requires 2-hour notification for incidents as well as accidents. This requires our Train Dispatchers to determine who to notify depending on what happened and increases the possibility that erroneous 2-hour notifications will be sent to FTA. Will FTA simply ignore notification that don't meet a threshold or will there be other consequences?2 votes
Can you please clarify the difference between PTASP, ASP, and SMS?4 votes
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