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Hello, /N/. I question pop up in my head a while back and for the life of me, I can't find an appropriate answer. In a post-apocalyptic world, how would private transportation, or Public transportation re-emerge into a city-state society? Also, how would urban planning be like?
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Cause of lethal Chinese bus accident determined: Driver and passenger fighting

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October 28 at Chongqing, China, a bus carrying 15 people including the driver fell from a bridge into the river after crashing with a car. Because the river is 70+ meter deep and other complexity in environment, there are difficulty in search and rescue task, and they are unable to recover any survivor from the accident.

After they recovered the SD card from the remain of the bus, they are able to put puzzles together and tell what happened in the bus before it crash into the river.
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No.1261118 ViewReplyOriginalReport
'nuff said
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Post Animal- or Human- powered rail vehicles

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Rail push car on Alapayevsk narrow-gauge railway (Russia)
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Milwaukee Road Electrification Thread

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Back by popular demand, ITT we discuss the greatest electrified railroad operation in world history. The proven corporate conspiracy to dismantle and abandon this operation, largely perpetrated from within the company itself by its own top-level officials, is one of the greatest crimes against humanity ever conceived and makes the Great American Streetcar Scandal look like amateurish in comparison.

Gone before its time, but not forgotten, the Milwaukee Road's Pacific Coast Extension lives on in the minds of all who encounter it. This thread is dedicated to the men and women who built and maintained this system, and the photographers who filmed and preserved this unique operation for posterity.
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/int/ - interurban general

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Comfy winter edition
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Daily ride thread: Flandrigan edition

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Old thread (no longer updating): http://i.4cdn.org/n/1533662166633s.jpg

I've riden 36 km today including my commute and my 2 hours of deliveroo riding, it was a good day. Trying to make my best of the early autumn conditions before shit gets Flandrigan.
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No.1258387 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>your preferred mode of transport
>your political views
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