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Okay...NOW /vp/'s images should be restored, an interrupt to the copy left a lot out that should now be there.

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/n/ Music

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Let this thread be a compendium of every song ever made about bikes, trains, buses and planes.
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I always thought that trains in highway medians looked cool, but is it actually a good idea from a tra/n/sportation standpoint?
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This is awful. Is there a better (free) simulator or am I gonna have to spend $60 on X-Plane 11?
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Streetcar > Trolley >>>>> Tram

That is all.
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1980s Aesthetics Thread

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So, there's a chance that if you use youtube fairly regularly the arcane depths of their recommendation system will have given you this video (

Do any anons here have more like this?
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what's a good bike lock?
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Do people just not know how to use a roundabout?
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Comfy gondola thread.

Starting with Chongqing.
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Interurban General

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The interurban (or radial railway) is a type of electric railway, with streetcar-like light electric self-propelled railcars which run within and between cities or towns. They were prevalent in North America between 1900 and 1925 and were used primarily for passenger travel between cities and their surrounding suburban and rural communities. Limited examples existed in Europe and Asia. Interurban as a term encompassed the companies, their infrastructure, and the cars that ran on the rails.

George W. Hilton and John F. Due identified four characteristics of an interurban:

>Electric power for propulsion.
>Passenger service as the primary business.
>Equipment heavier and faster than urban streetcars.
>Operation on tracks in city streets, and in rural areas on roadside tracks or private right-of-way.
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Oregon is going to have a $15 tax on every bicycle sold over $200. First state in the U.S. to enact something like this.

Kids bikes exempted. Like that matters.

This is a dangerous precedent. Taxes are almost never repealed, and they're always increased over time. It may be $15 now, but 10 years from now, who knows?

To be fair, Oregon does not have sales tax, and this takes the place of that in the case of a bicycle sold new. The money raised by the bike tax will go directly to projects "that expand and improve commuter routes for nonmotorized vehicles and pedestrians."; we'll see about that.

The governor hasn't signed it yet, but is expected to.

Your state could be next.
How does this make you feel, /n/?
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