BlackLine shuttle will run from Belmont and Sheridan to the Loop beginning May 19.

BlackLine, a private shuttle company that will bus riders from Lakeview to the Loop starting May 19, isn’t shy about taking shots at Chicago’s current transportation system.

BlackLine uses reserved seating and guaranteed scheduling to offer riders a “luxury, stress-free ride,” its website says. The service also offers Free Wifi, luggage space, and air conditioning to downtown commuters. And since BlackLine’s business model involves attracting those who are sick of the CTA, why not show how miserable the CTA can really be?

Back in January, the company’s second-ever Twitter post linked to a Chicago RedEye story about CTA bus service problems.

Then in May, a retweet of the official CTA account about train delays because of signal problems.

Later that day it retweeted Chicago RedEye CTA reporter Tracy Swartz’s note about Brown Line train delays.

And then followed with its own passive-agressive reply.

But BlackLine’s best tweet came when it snagged a shot of a broken-down CTA bus.

BlackLine is currently offering rides from Belmont and Sheridan to the Loop for $22.99 a week, or $55 for a 10-pack of rides to be used any time. You can see their schedule and reserve a spot here.