16.8.2017 in the ICE 79 at station Frankfurt-Süd,
18:15: the ICE79 already has a delay of almost 15 minutes, then he finally arrived in Frankfurt South. While all passengers are waiting for the departure, it is announced, that unfortunately it can not go any further. Reason: disruption in the course of the business, uhm, (then comes the REAL truth) "we are still waiting for our train driver", if it was'nt that sad, one would have to laugh at it, especially because of the very rare and disarming honesty. Most of the time, the Deutsche Bahn is hiding behind well-known slogans such as "disturbance in the operating sequence", "technical disturbance", "passenger on track".
Well, let's wait and see when he comes and wants to start his work, the wanted one!
Update: It's 18.46 am 16.8.2017 and it can start, the driver seems to have been found, signs and miracles still happen!Click here to continue
It is getting worse: after 22.6. due to "severe thunder" the train traffic was stopped (see separate post), this is done again on 15.8. (same justification).
Occurring damages to trains, Railways etc: almost none !!!
Deutsche Bahn can be described as a pure "good-weather-company " from now on, as in the case of suddenly occurring weather imbalance immediately all operation is stopped.
Where is this to end?
No sooner is it flashing and thundering, the German railway is first to stop "cautiously" the entire train traffic to and from Northern Germany. Consequence:
Delays of several hours and train failures, train travelers and commuters are again the stupid! What comes next: Heat-free at the DB at temperatures of more than 25 degrees, of course, only for the sake of well-being and protection of the customers?
Adjustment of the train traffic with high ozone values or when the solar wind blows again too strongly?
Just embarrassing what this company is doing.Click here to continue
Rückfahrt langen- baden baden durch Verspätung von Ice77 12 min. wurde der Anschluss Zug nach Bühl Planm. 17:30 verpasst. Dadurch Ankunft in Bühl verzögert um 30 min.Click here to continue