The connection between peoplemovers and Disney.
Trams running though roundabouts can be found throughout Europe. Salt Lake City implemented one in 2003. Now the Phoenix area is getting one.
El Paso once had streetcars running across the border to Juarez.
— Glen Buhlmann (@GlenBikes) October 9, 2018
Car-sharing attempt in France in 1971. "Lime for cars". Subscription model (to get a key) + pay per ride (with plastic tokens, like coins in phonebooths). While riding, radio signals were sent to the company.
(video in French)
Entrepreneurial spirit in pre-iPhone era 🤩 pic.twitter.com/lM1notF4xZ
— Romain Serman (@romainserman) September 15, 2018
Yes, Tokyo, home to the world’s most extensive urban rail network, has one station named “Tokyo”.
Dublin is reimagining its bus network.
When you have no room to turn a bus around…
Nice interactive chart and map that shows bus bunching on Pittsburgh’s busiest bus corridors. I’d love to see something like this for Seattle.
Today, Richmond gets a new bus network and a new BRT line named the Pulse.
A look at a unique automated transit system that represents an idea people have proposed from time to time but never became mainstream.