MDT, patch up your leaky stations!

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Rain, rain everywhere at the Tri-Rail Transfer Metrorail Station.

On Summer days like today when all of Miami is under a thick cloud of storming rain, transit riders should still be able to get home dry. This is a photo of the Tri-Rail Metrorail Station. Every inch of the station was dripping, flooded and wet. And this wasn’t the only station. This is unacceptable. Jumping puddles, dodging showers of rainwater and slipping on the stairwells is dangerous. If you want ridership to grow you have to serve your customer. Miami-Dade Transit, please patch up your stations. Let’s stay dry.

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2 comments

  1. […] a sunny day, this transfer is smooth, painless and efficient. On a rainy day, this station turns into a wet mess of puddles and waterfalls throughout the station. The open-air design of the stations is great for cross ventilation but gaps in the roof bring […]

  2. […] a sunny day, this transfer is smooth, painless and efficient. On a rainy day, this station turns into a wet mess of puddles and waterfalls throughout the station. The open-air design of the stations is great for cross ventilation but gaps in the roof bring […]

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