I commute to work daily using a suburban train and bus. Unlike many, I've no real complaint about the actual public transport. The occasional train is cancelled or late, and I might sometimes have to wait longer than usual for a bus. That happens, and is pretty well inevitable with systems of such complexity. Both are better services, though, than I remember from 20 years or so ago.
What I dislike, however, is the behaviour of some fellow passengers. For instance:
- those who sit on the aisle side of a double seat, forcing me to struggle past their legs to sit in the window seat;
- those who stand right in front of the doors even when there is space to stand or even sit elsewhere, thus blocking other travellers' exit or entrance;
- those carrying large backpacks in the rush hour, which they proceed to forget makes them twice as wide as normal, so they try to squeeze into small gaps, hitting other passengers in the face in the process;
- a similar group are those who tow luggage on wheels behind them, without noticing that they are running over my legs.