Here’s some of the best and worst of the D.C. Metro, as only your tweets can deliver!
In D.C., the Metro brings the zoo to you! ::turns around and hops in an Uber::
— Phil (@pga1996) March 9, 2019
So I guess some people just leave common decency at the escalator.
— Rick Williams (@zippychance) March 5, 2019
Um, there is a guy changing all of his clothes (pants too) on the @wmata *averting eyes* haven’t seen that before
— Yasmeen (@yasmeenchirps) March 12, 2019
Guess WMATA really wants to be that early bird.
— katelyn elizabeth (@katelynebeth) March 6, 2019
Speaking of birds…
— Samantha Summers (@Sammsummers) March 13, 2019
I wonder if WMATA could secure some kind of corporate sponsorship with FitBit?
Gotta love @wmata. Longest escalators in the Western Hemisphere and not one of them working @ Wheaton Station today. They aren’t even outdoors and exposed to the elements. @unsuckdcmetro @Metrofailinfo @HakunaWMATA
— April Gassler (@april__hope) March 6, 2019
Technology and WMATA are great. .. when they work and can honestly answer questions after we throw our money at them.
Station manager: go to metro center
Metro Center people: go to the station manager
Station manager: here call this number 🤦🏼♀️
— Karin Buck (@karinlbuck) March 6, 2019
Sometimes the best are the ones that are simply honest.
The amount of time between trains during rush hour at a stop in one of DC’s most densely-populated neighborhoods is ridiculous. @wmata likes to tout its on-time rates, but that’s easy when they set the bar so low. DC residents deserve better. @unsuckdcmetro pic.twitter.com/LbppKaFxP4
— Peter Colum Casey (@PeterColumCasey) March 6, 2019
Or the ones that put things into proper perspective.
Excuse me! @councilofdc spends mucho time, cash, effort sending inspectors out to make sure #straws are not plastic yet ZERO effort holding #wmata feet to fire to perform acceptable service. #FUStraws !
— allie 🤷♀️ 👋 (@amarikidd) March 8, 2019
Well, it’s sweet that some people at least still have some confidence in the system that’s left to be undermined.
— Arthur David Olson (@dashdashado) March 5, 2019
I sense a Hallmark movie in the making.
I met my husband on the Metro. So I believe in metro love. Hope this RT helps! https://t.co/4BhtTSrJup
— DY (@dy7764) March 5, 2019
Hopefully, they leave this out of the movie, because WHATTHEWHATPEOPLE.
— Matt (@overrotate56) March 9, 2019