Small ideas can make Metro greater.
I also traveled in Portland, OR. On their signs back in 2011, they didn't refer to seniors & disabled; they called us "honored citizens". Much more polite, but I'm not suggesting that for here, because people are so focused on their own rights rather than social responsibilities that they'd all consider themselves honored, & it would just be a joke. Apparently it didn't work in Portland either.
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