Industrialized Cyclist Notepad


Dual-Mode Vehicle in Japan
December 24, 2021, 14:34
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Looks like something that could have been invented in the 1890s (and probably was). Not high tech, but maybe that’s good. Maybe leaving tires on the train will make Americans more likely to use it. Put some sidepipes on it and a hood scoop.

https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/bus-or-train-worlds-first-dual-mode-vehicle-begin-operating-japan-2021-12-24/



RTD Report Finds 40% of Parking Around Transit Stations Unused

PDF: https://wp-cpr.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2020/12/RTD-Residential-TOD-Parking-Study.pdf



Related to VMT: public transit use up in 2012

And another USA Today story…

He says ridership on what’s called heavy rail — subways and elevated trains — increased in 14 of the 15 systems that have such transit. Use of light rail — streetcars and trolleys — rose in 25 of the 27 cities that have it. And 34 of 37 large cities saw increases in bus ridership.

via Use of public transit is soaring in 2012 – USATODAY.com.