Here on Streets.MN, much has been discussed about pedestrian crossings, signage, and traffic signals on the Green Line. Because of this, it may be useful to look at what our European peers are doing. This urban railway in Slovakia is more of a tramway, but as you can see it has some dedicated right of way in places.
Note how the train interacts with people and vehicles with a near complete lack of signage and traffic signals. Try to ignore the guy surfing the tracks on a pallet.
Is there anything quite as sad as the stunning shortage of bicycle and pedestrian signals in the former Soviet Bloc?
It just hit me… this is PRT!
Excuse me sir, what gauge is your pallet?
“Try to ignore the guy surfing the tracks on a pallet.”
That means you have to watch it twice because the first time through it’s virtually impossible to ignore the guy surfing the tracks on the pallet.
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