No.1288084 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
begging for (you)s edition

post them bikes
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ITT: Anti-transit NIMBY greatest hits

No.1264909 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Share your most hilarious anti-transit videos from politicians, city councils, "concerned citizen" NIMBYs etc. Bonus points if local to your area.

I'll start this thread off with some classics.

The Light Rail System connects Minneapolis, Minnesota to some of its surrounding towns and suburbs. The project is set to expand into more conservative outlying suburbs such as Hopkins. Bob Ivers of the Hopkins city counsel warns of "ethnics" "flooding" into Hopkins from "Welfareopolis."
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No.1264576 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Public transport obsession edition

Last thread got lost on pg 10

How dedicated are you to your local public transportation company, anon?
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No.1286681 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Can we talk about pedestrian transportation? I feel like its an often neglected form of transportation. Has anyone used skyways or the +15 system in Calgary? I'm curious their thoughts on how it has impacted streetlife.
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Are there any known late 19th-early/mid 20th Century intact examples of tramp steamers left in existence (not counting shipwrecks/abandoned ones)? Any still in revenue service? I imagine some obscure freighter line in a Third World shithole might still have one or two up and running on duct tape.
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Indoor biking

No.1286514 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why would anyone do this instead of actually riding a bike?
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/bqg/ - Bike Questions General

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/bqg/ - Bike Questions General

Last thread: >>1278915


If you want help picking out a bike to purchase, don't post here. Ask in >>>/n/bbg
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No.1288447 ViewReplyOriginalReport
How does railcar ownership work in the United States?

Some are marked for railroads, some are marked for customers, and you can see cars marked for long-defunct roads running far away from their former home rails.

No.1287215 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Paying for flight training, thus becoming an airline pilot, is not really a possibility for most young Americans. The situation will only get worse as the years roll by.
This considered, why are you shocked that they don't care about replacing air travel with trains and shit? Plane tickets are pretty expensive, and it's not like they could become a pilot anyway. They have no reason to care at all about aviation. Might as well replace all that shit with something more practical.
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No.1288437 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>mogs your entire cycling existence with two flashy bois
Nothin personell kid