More Urine Detection Equipment Needed for MARTA in Atlanta (Ridership is 74% Black)
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Black Mecca Down: The Collapse of the City too Busy to Hate came out back in late 2012. But it's more timely than ever.

In late December 2013, we learned the hilarious truth about what blacks do to public transportation in America, by seeing but a glimpse of the Third World conditions they exclusively create in Atlanta's MARTA (Moving Africans Rapidly Through Atlanta) transit system. I wrote:

$1.11 million dollars.

That's one tiny example of the cost of black America.

$1.11 million dollars spent on a urine detection system for Atlanta's mass transit system, MARTA (Moving Africans Rapidly Through Atlanta). At a cost of $10,000 per urine detection device (UDD), all 111 elevators in the MARTA system will soon be outfitted to dissuade the transit riders - 74 percent of whom are black - from using public property as a commode.

$1.11 million dollars spent on a UDD system, because the black population of Atlanta who rides MARTA are incapable of engaging in civilized, first-world behavior.  [Urine detection system installed in Atlanta transit station elevator, Atlanta Journal Constitution, 12-19-13]

The more things change, the more they stay the same. As metro Atlanta and the entire state of Georgia becomes overwhelmed with a Third World - nonwhite - population, the quality of life in regresses to that found in the Third World:
Tired of the stench of urine in MARTA elevators? You may soon get some, uh, relief.

MARTA is installing urine detection equipment as part of a $149 million effort to rehab its elevators and escalators. The work begins next week and will include graffiti-resistant wall panels and brighter lighting in elevators. It also will include new tread, handrails and mechanical systems for escalators.

But the urine-detectors for elevators may be the most novel change.

Tom Beebe, MARTA’s director of vertical transportation, said urination is a common problem for public transportation systems. He said MARTA is the first agency to try the urine detection technology, though others – including agencies in San Francisco and New York – are watching Atlanta’s effort.

With the new technology, if someone urinates inside an elevator, a strobe light will flash and a siren will sound, Beebe said. The alarm automatically triggers a call to MARTA police.

When the elevator door opens, the elevator will stop and won’t operate again until MARTA employees reset it. A crew will clean, sanitize and deodorize the elevator before putting it back into service.

Beebe said signs will warn people about the urine detectors. The detectors have already been installed on 13 MARTA elevators and eventually will be installed in all of them.

Beebe said MARTA has restrooms at 13 of its 38 stations and plans to add more in the future.

MARTA will overhaul 111 elevators and 116 escalators over the next two years.

Next week’s schedule includes: —

*Monday: The elevator serving the westbound platform at the West Lake Station.

*Wednesday: The elevator serving the westbound platform at the H.E. Holmes Station.

*June 26: The elevator serving the northbound platform at the West End Station.

*June 26: Two escalators serving the northbound concourse at the Peachtree Center Station near the Baker Street entrance.

[More urine detectors coming to MARTA elevators,, June 16, 2017]

We are only a few decades away (probably less) until you are warned not to drink the water—as you are when you travel to India or Mexico—when you visit Atlanta, Georgia.

In the end, racial realities are all that matter. If you ignore them—pretending to be color-blind and morally superior to nature —they'll appear time and time again, more ferociously until your world is assimilated into the Third World.

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