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bailzeye Jan 14
When you’re doing nearly a whole bus route and have to listen to “Please hold on, the bus is about to move” all the freaking way...
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Lesley Carter Jan 15
Thank god the bus tells us the bus is about to move about 4 seconds after it starts moving - wouldn’t have known! 😂
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London Mayor Jan 14
I hope you’re all enjoying the new ‘Please hold on, the bus is about to move’ announcements. You may notice that the announcement is a little late, as are most of the buses
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Allen White Jan 14
Anyone catching a bus who does not realise it is about to move after stopping to pick up passengers is an idiot. No amount of messaging these idiots will do any good. This is annoying. Londoners hit out at 'mistimed' bus safety alerts
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caitlin🌹 Jan 15
‘Please hold on, the bus is about to move’ No. No. No. tfl what are you doing? I can’t sit on a bus with this announcement playing at EVERY stop? It’s a BUS, we know it’s gonna MOVE. it’s a VEHICLE. 🤦‍♀️😫
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Stephanie Williamson Jan 15
It is slightly silly and highly annoying. Thank goodness for noise cancelling headphones
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Ellen Rose Jan 16
London buses have a helpful new announcement: "Please hold on, the bus is about to move". However, it is slightly pointless, as it always seems to play after the bus has already reached 30mph... 😑
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ITA Jan 20
Yep Taxis crash. Minicabs crash. Lorries crash. Cars crash. Motorbikes crash. Cycles crash. Vans crash. Buses crash frequently. crash in spectacular fashion, on a daily basis. Down stairs, up stairs, on their sides, on their roofs, into rivers, all very amusing 😂😂
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Billy D'Arcy 13h
has announced its support for the Year of Engineering campaign aiming to inspire the next generation of engineers.
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kim barrett 11h
These Ambulances are parked outside GOSH . I heard one of the abulance drivers say to a woman and a child in a pram "He couldn't get parked follow me and I'll show you where he is" . The car was a partner with a green rounder . Why are they using uber
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Abigail Jan 18
Once again the traffic at St Leonard's is at a complete standstill between Tooting at Streatham. Lights letting through 5 cars at a time. Traffic in all surrounding areas running freely 🙅🏽🙅🏽🙅🏽🙅🏽 # completejoke
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Andy Cab Jan 19
Replying to @ClareMignon
Clare, we were protesting against the illegal licensing of by an inept regulator facilitated by the same Government that's screwing you & every other public service sector in the country. look up these hashtags & read up on it before commenting
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Felipe Conde 15h
I'm not a native English speaker, but announcing "please hold on, the bus is ABOUT to move" when the bus is already moving is confusing and pretty useless
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Dennis Stannard 6h
Replying to @TfLRail
That makes a change ! Broken down trains, faulty trains - the TFL gift which keeps on giving.
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kim barrett Jan 20
Fighting the injustice of a persons right to protest against a regulator that fails to regulate
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Tiger Radio 8h
The Student Section theme for tonight’s rivalry game is CAMO...it’s Hunting Season Tiger Fans, and we’re out for the Adamsville Cardinals 🐅🏀
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Tony Parkin 13h
"Please hold on, the bus is about to move". A distinctly worrying message when the driver has just got off? :D
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Oooo Danone 10h
Please hold on. Your mum is about to move
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Lenny Etheridge 14h
Replying to @lennythepen
2/2 ... through 's mismanaged and politically manipulated gridlock on London's chaotic roads. Rootin' tootin' cowboy 's job is to manage the PR fallout from patients dying from a TfL forged catastrophe. His job is to suppress evidence - so no change there then 🤠
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John McLarnon Jan 21
I’ve been conducting a social experiment this week and can conclude that it takes exactly 5 days and 4 hours to revert back to full arsehole mode on the London Underground system after spending a month in Glasgow.
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