I must go to a bus stop that has no paved sidewalk leading to it, and with the rain, is full of mud. I feel like complaining about the situation and I don't know how....
On the way to the station there is a street with narrow sidewalks and many cars passing at high great speed. You are afraid to let your child go alone to the school on public transport because he must use and cross this street.
My house is situated nearby a construction work that is starting and will last 6 months. The route and bus stops took a big detour. I have a permanent injury and need to commute to work on public transport.
I'm a foreigner, I don't speak Portuguese or English and I'm blind. I want to travel on public transportation, and I need to know where the stop is and to know about the lines and schedules.
The route I must take has information available with a certain colour palette. However, I am colourblind and cannot distinguish any relevant information.
I usually make my commute from home to work by bike. It's early evening and I punctured a tire. My house is served by metro and buses.
You're tired and want to sit down at the stop, but all the chairs are dirty, and the floor is dirty.
You arrive at the station and don't know when your connecting train will leave.
You stand at the bus stop and wait for the bus. It's summer, and the temperatures are very high. In addition, the sun shines very strongly, which can lead to heat strokes.
You're standing at the train station and it's pouring rain. The train is delayed and because of the school children there are not enough opportunities to shelter