You're on the wrong side of this one sensei_. Workers deserve safe working conditions, including transportation. Everything has a true cost, and if people want things, they need to pay the true cost (like buses for workers), rather than getting to slide.sensei_ wrote:then you have the hassle of parking the bus, paying for it, maintaining it, and then we have stingy expats complaining about the high cost of living here on retail, housing, etc.Strong Eagle wrote:Something with SEATS... you know... a van or a bus. Gotta love the Singaporean mentality. Buckle up the little ones in a car seat or get a fine, but it's A-OK to toss in half a dozen anvils, 25 sheets of plate glass, and a dozen workers into the back of a truck/lorry.
you want to start throwing assumptions around, hell, ill join in too. here in australia i cant even ride in the back of a pick up because the government says its too dangerious. so that means now, either i buy another car with more seats, or sell the pick up and lose the ability to ferry goods around.
How to make it work? Make it universal through the rule of law so that your competition must do it also. It's the right thing to do.