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Whitehall Woman Not a Fan of Port Authority

'I can no longer financially support your bloated mismanagement of so-called public transportation.'

Whitehall Woman Not a Fan of Port Authority

Christine M. Brandau, a  resident, has made her opinions of Port Authority of Allegheny County well-known with an Aug. 18 letter to the editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

"Port Authority, you have chosen to end a 35-year relationship with me," Brandau writes, "and I can no longer financially support your bloated mismanagement of so-called public transportation.

"You have chosen to strand me (you see, I do not drive) and to lengthen my work day because my husband and I do not work the same hours, but I will go in early as you leave me no choice. Therefore, the choice I do have left is to not to pay for your lackluster, inconvenient service, and I am exercising that choice."

Read Brandau's full letter here.

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