There two articles in both of your newspapers that caught my attention.
Actually it is only one article, same content, almost the words and the same author.
Unfortunately he can't really cite the conversation properly. He provides different conversations to the incident.
He can't get his act straight and he wasn't even affected by the situation at all. The question here is: Was he even there?
I think it is really a bad service, which not all drivers stick to the rules: no bikes on the bus (posted signs on all buses and in the riders guide), and that it came to some confusion.
But a bike is a bicycle, that still means it has at least two wheels, with one wheel it would be a "mono- bike' and no wheels a" no- bike." It doesn't matter what the material is: alloy, carbon, aluminum, steal or wood. One of the first bicycles was made of wood and didn't have a chain or pedals. You need to push this bike with your legs but it was still a bike.
There is no "common sense." The expression "common sense” is always used to oppose or bend rules.
In our society, where people live close together, each individual has its own opinion, has the right to express his opinion. If 10 people have the same opinion it is still not common sense.
That's why we have rules, laws, and regulations; not to hurt or beat each other.
We get along if we show politeness, respect, responsibility, accountability and if we have in mind our safety and also our liability.
I'm not sure that you as editors have noticed (you should), in the last three issues of your newspapers (Pique /Question) have been articles about Whistler Transit. These articles show Whistler Transit in a not so bright light and criticize indirectly or even directly.
I see it as a campaign against Whistler Transit: Disgrace the facility as "eyesore", low ridership – not doing their job, becoming personal and picking on drivers who follow the
Here is somebody working on it to change the public opinion about our transit system in Whistler.
Soon somebody will say: Transit is obsolete. Watch out!
Is there public opinion?