MTAa bus driver who plays favorites! (not at all okay!)

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Yesterday at 5:00-something, i was catching the bus, and this black guy who was driving the 53rd bus with the # 7506 was talking to this certain group of people on the bus for while before pulls off in like a few minutes. What he was saying- i didn't like it-it was crazy. He was saying this stuff about how he would leave the people who look ugly to him off of the bus until it was time to pull off, and then later on when this guy came on the bus who sort of looked like him ( all fat and stuff, like he'd been dealt a slightly bad hand in life) said to him that that when kobe was talking about the word "###ing ###" on the court, he was saying all this " yeah, we be thinking it, but you can't say it out loud." Oh, HELL NO! you can't be working in Califronia, Los Angeles when you see stuff that way! You can't be homophobic, or gay-hating! He's a ###! Gonna talk to a certain amount of people like he's friends with them, but he's one of those homophobic ###! That's a mess! Then, at one stop he didn't even let this one woman get on the bus, just because she was walking toward the bus stop. The way he made it sound was that she was still walking while the bus stopped at the bus stop! no, that's not what happened! He's a jerk! he should have let her on! he should have stayed a little while longer!! JERK!!!

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    delorezcastellanos Jul 29, 2014
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    I am thankful to God, that I have not taken a bus since, 2009. The problem now, is I work with the homeless. One of these people, happen to be a 75 year old woman on a walker. Bus drivers, will pass her up as it takes to long in their minds to pick her up! I mentioned that is discrimination and MTA, is accountable. She doesn't want to go the route of a lawsuit. I honestly, do not know what to do. But, if she continues to complain, why doesn't she want to do anything? The drivers, passing her up, will eventually, get theirs from GOD!!!

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    Nelson Schwartz Nov 14, 2013

    This morning at 7:23AM, November 14, 2013, on the corner of Venice Blvd and Overland westbound, a number 733 bus stopped on the east side of Overland to let people off the bus even though the bus stop was on the west side of Overland. The bus driver did not stop to pick me up even though I was at the bus stop. There were a few people standing on the bus. The next bus picked me up and was much more crowded than the bus that passed me up. Therefore, the driver who passed me up inconvenienced the next bus driver and all of the passengers because some of them should have been picked up by the driver who passed me up. On another subject, I observed 13 passengers enter the bus I was on from the rear and not pay bus fare. All 13 were hispanic. It would be funny if the driver who passed me was hispanic.

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    Danielle Haze Oct 08, 2012

    Yeah, some drivers can be rude, but there are very rude, disrespectful passengers who ride the bus on a daily bases. These passengers don't abide by any of the rules, nor do they care too. You wonder why the service sucks, check the idiot sitting next to you. You can't expect a driver who's disrespected on a daily basis, who has no authority, who deals with the public who don't listen to any of the instructions given by the driver to be the main reason why the service sucks. Everyone is accountable.

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