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1 hour ago, Mr.NewFlyer1051 said:

Well there’s this at Jefferson park 270 and pulse will stop at stop C instead of B shuttle buses for the blue like take over stop A and B

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Clearly you can see the Pulse sign under "B". If it were to stop at "C", we'd be in London 🙃

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59 minutes ago, chicagocubs6323 said:

Clearly you can see the Pulse sign under "B". If it were to stop at "C", we'd be in London 🙃

You misread my post “shuttle buses for the blue line will take stop A and B

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1 hour ago, chicagocubs6323 said:

Clearly you can see the Pulse sign under "B". If it were to stop at "C", we'd be in London 🙃

Also if you see in the first photo zoom in and you’ll see a sign under “C” that it says “270 Milwaukee board here”

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9 hours ago, Mr.NewFlyer1051 said:

Also if you see in the first photo zoom in and you’ll see a sign under “C” that it says “270 Milwaukee board here”

Yeah.  Just the 270, though.

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I see everyone else already posted their shots, but here are mine anyway! Also, thanks to guy who gave me this Pulse drawstring backpack!

I do like the purple theme featured on both the interior and exterior of the buses. Also, the Nortran Legacy Fleet bus made an appearance at Golf Mill, running the 208. And if anyone is wondering about the artics at Jefferson Park, they were blue line shuttles, as service was suspended between there and Harlem.

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8 hours ago, WCR said:

I see everyone else already posted their shots, but here are mine anyway! Also, thanks to guy who gave me this Pulse drawstring backpack!

I do like the purple theme featured on both the interior and exterior of the buses. Also, the Nortran Legacy Fleet bus made an appearance at Golf Mill, running the 208. And if anyone is wondering about the artics at Jefferson Park, they were blue line shuttles, as service was suspended between there and Harlem.

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Great shots. 

/just a little homesick right now

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3 hours ago, MetroShadow said:

Great shots. 

/just a little homesick right now

You said it best. Really wish I was back in the 773

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27 minutes ago, Mr.NewFlyer1051 said:

Whoever wants to ride pulse this week I recommend not to because they are stopping at every stop ONLY this week so everybody can know about the pulse express 

That's stupid lol why every stop 270 stop?  People had a good amount of time to be aware of Pulse service

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51 minutes ago, Mr.NewFlyer1051 said:

Whoever wants to ride pulse this week I recommend not to because they are stopping at every stop ONLY this week so everybody can know about the pulse express 

 

4 minutes ago, west towns said:

maybe they care about passengers?

Well the next logical thing is to increase the 270 local frequency, assuming that Pace has enough equipment to do so.

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1 hour ago, chicagocubs6323 said:

That's stupid lol why every stop 270 stop?  People had a good amount of time to be aware of Pulse service

I was at Jefferson park and there’s a dude standing there letting everyone know about pulse 

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1 hour ago, artthouwill said:

 

Well the next logical thing is to increase the 270 local frequency, assuming that Pace has enough equipment to do so.

I don’t think they will they did get complaints about the 60 minute frequency but not enough complaints to cut from 60 to about 30-45

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tbh, I still see PML as Pace Route "X270". That being said, I strongly disagree with the new Pace 270 schedule. While I noticed that 270 now has extended nightly service to Glenbrook Hospital, I can definitely see the hourly service on 270 to be an issue for those who are too far away by foot from a Pulse station. That's really going to stink for people like Notre Dame High School students who now has to wait up to an hour for a 270 to get to school or walk half a dozen blocks to a Pulse station. I won't be surprised if they revised the 270 schedule to 30 minutes.

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1 hour ago, Dawnlight said:

tbh, I still see PML as Pace Route "X270". That being said, I strongly disagree with the new Pace 270 schedule. While I noticed that 270 now has extended nightly service to Glenbrook Hospital, I can definitely see the hourly service on 270 to be an issue for those who are too far away by foot from a Pulse station. That's really going to stink for people like Notre Dame High School students who now has to wait up to an hour for a 270 to get to school or walk half a dozen blocks to a Pulse station. I won't be surprised if they revised the 270 schedule to 30 minutes.

1) @CTA5750 stated that he/she was going back to Metra for the exact reason you listed

2) Are there not school trips for NDHS?

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