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This is a bad idea. As an older commuter, I have trouble stepping down from the back door exit. I have seen many metro buses pull up to a stop at an angle so that the front door is against the curb, but the back door exit is actually out in the street. This makes for quite a step down. One evening, I was on a bus that had pulled up at an angle so that the back door exit was out in the street and was also right beside a street gutter opening. If I had tried to exit via the back door that time, I can guarantee that I would have fallen.

by Susan on Aug 26, 2016 3:06 pm • linkreport

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