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  • Mapping angry commuters
  • Mapping angry commuters
    Alexander Montuschi ©
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Mapping angry commuters

“Stuck on a baking Tube, late, hate the Central Line. Think driver has gone to sleep!” People love sharing their transport miseries on social media, but while it may make them feel better for a minute, they will probably run into the same problem on the next day's commute.

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