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Old June 18th, 2017, 07:32 PM   #1321
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Mad Max Kenitra


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Old June 18th, 2017, 09:54 PM   #1322
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Old June 19th, 2017, 12:58 AM   #1323
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A part les quartiers Est de la capitale, les gens m'ont l'air sauvages dans l'axe Kénitra-Casa ... C'est ouf !
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Old June 19th, 2017, 12:10 PM   #1324
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A part les quartiers Est de la capitale, les gens m'ont l'air sauvages dans l'axe Kénitra-Casa ... C'est ouf !
Lol, ce n'est pas qu'une impression.

Il y a des poches de civilisation à Anfa, Maarif, Rabat...le reste on se demande si c'est des citadins ou s'ils ont débarqué de Souk Larb3a la veille. Ne serait-ce que dans l'agressivité de la façon de parler...et même venant de gens instruits.
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A part les quartiers Est de la capitale, les gens m'ont l'air sauvages dans l'axe Kénitra-Casa ... C'est ouf !
Faut mettre Rabat à l'écart de cet axe.
Les femmes sont aussi trés "masculines" en mentalité, dans cet axe à ce que j'entends...
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Old June 19th, 2017, 02:45 PM   #1326
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If I was mayor in Kenitra, I would go back to basics and what those animals deserve:



They are clearly not ready to ride busses in Kenitra, Casa and Rabat, so why invest in them? Let them walk and use their feet or take a donkey cart.
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Old June 19th, 2017, 04:44 PM   #1327
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Faut mettre Rabat à l'écart de cet axe.
Les femmes sont aussi trés "masculines" en mentalité, dans cet axe à ce que j'entends...
Plus masculines que les mecs à Tanger ou Tétouan, ça c'est sûr.
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Old June 19th, 2017, 07:45 PM   #1328
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If I was mayor in Kenitra, I would go back to basics and what those animals deserve:

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They are clearly not ready to ride busses in Kenitra, Casa and Rabat, so why invest in them? Let them walk and use their feet or take a donkey cart.
If I was mayor, I would fire the driver (or the one who made the decision to keep it in service) and give the company a huge fine. A professional company has Insurance for these kind of things. They had to take it out of service until it was fixed, even it meant that they had to cancel the busservice.

These kind of vandalism happens all over the world, the only difference is instead of taking it out of service and try to fix it. In Morocco they tend to keep driving with broken (unsafe) stuff, just to "save" money. but at the end of the day they only deteriorate it further and it only costs more money.
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If I was mayor, I would fire the driver (or the one who made the decision to keep it in service) and give the company a huge fine. A professional company has Insurance for these kind of things. They had to take it out of service until it was fixed, even it meant that they had to cancel the busservice.

These kind of vandalism happens all over the world, the only difference is instead of taking it out of service and try to fix it. In Morocco they tend to keep driving with broken (unsafe) stuff, just to "save" money. but at the end of the day they only deteriorate it further and it only costs more money.
I remember a couple of years ago I "dared" to have critisism on this new company in Kenitra. They did not have enough bussis serving the miserable small network, let people hop on and off where they wanted, no bus stops or markings, busses stay outdoors on a ******* grass field,...

And here we are some years later and we see the result of this "good company ". Now In Kenitra, people and their mentality are to blame as well. Everyone is to blame in this disaster of a bus service.

People and mentality:
-People asking to hop on and off when they want, start to get angry on the driver if he tells them he has to stop on STOPS and not just like that
-No respect whatsoever for any material people use, doors get broken, windshields smashed,...
-People hopping on the bus and refusing to pay with an explanation : "ewa akhay ana makhadamsh, modafa liy khalso, ma3andish a khay"
-Refusing to take a later bus when the bus that passes is already too full, even when the driver tells them there is a bus arriving 5 minutes after him. "Laa a khoya, atmshi dokh 3liya, ana rakeb fi had tobis!"

Government
- No real punishment for people misbehaving
- Abominable infrastructure for public transport in cities (buslanes, busstops, terminals,...)
- No real controle on the company servicing the city\
- Corruption
- Corruption
- Inability to govern
- Amateurs

Company
- Busses without insurance, one driver told me the company has maybe 10%of the busses insured, all the rest is without insurance (BE WARNED)
- Forcing drivers to drive without breaks and not respecting timetables
- Forcing drivers to pay accident damage on busses ( welcome to stalinist Kenitra)
- No maintenance for the busses (the depot is here: https://www.google.be/maps/place/Fou...4!4d-6.5236424 )
- Yes, those are Volvo busses parked in a grassfield
- Having no respect for their workers and the only thing they care about is maximum profit with minimal investing


=> Kenitra is a disaster in public transport. Well in most of the local governance, really. Nothing is done correctly, nothing nothing. I see cities in the north having nice busses with even WIFI I see cities in the south with nice bus stops and people paying by an electronic card

Then you compare this to Kenitra, Rabat or Casa
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Faut mettre Rabat à l'écart de cet axe.
Les femmes sont aussi trés "masculines" en mentalité, dans cet axe à ce que j'entends...
Même Rabat, y a que les quartiers Est qui sont habités par des gens civilisés (en général des "aristocrates"), enfin des gens qui ne prennent pas les bus.

Yakoub Mansour, Akkari, El Fath, Nahda sont des quartiers très moyens. Mais si tu vas à Douar elHajja, Takadoum, c'est une catastrophe !

Pour les Casaouies surtout, elles sont aggressives du point de vue des mecs à Meknès ou à Fès ... Alors, parlons même pas des tangerois ou tétouanais.
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