That's a nice bus you got there, be a shame if anything were to happen to it

Somebody keeps complaining to the city about casino-bound Brush Hill buses clogging up the street across from the Forest Hills T stop to wait for chip-crazed riders to board. The city's marked the latest complaint closed with this note:

We have spoken to drivers and asked them to co-operate with us nice people. 15 minute limit will be enforced.

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it would

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be a differant story if the bus was picking up riders for a bike rally, righ!

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If they have bikes, why would they be taking a bus?

Maybe b/c

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the rally is/was in P-Town

Maybe they could tackle the

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Maybe they could tackle the taxi drivers who always block the right lane even though they have a cab stand.

Foxwoods, here I come!

Didn't realize we had casino buses here in town...

But the 15 minute rule is for idling, not just 'being there'. The complaint sounds like they object to their presence, not the idling.

No, the state idling limit is

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No, the state idling limit is 5 minutes.

Federal law gives interstate buses the right to stop on the street. I thought Boston (and Cambridge) decided to ignore this law and harass these buses out of town. They can't use the bus terminal, since it's fully leased to other companies.

But apparently that's just in Chinatown, not Forest Hills.

Adam, as long as you're

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Adam, as long as you're adding punctuation to attempt to correct Citizens Connect's run-on sentence, you can add some more in a way that changes the meaning:

"We have spoken to drivers and asked them to co-operate with us. Nice people."