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What is the most favorable public transport in your city ?

  1. agusfanani profile image76
    agusfananiposted 5 years ago

    What is the most favorable public transport in your city ?

    Although I find it  crowded most of the time, but train is my favorite public transport. What about in your city, what is your favorite public transport there ?

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  2. Silverspeeder profile image59
    Silverspeederposted 5 years ago

    My car.

    Why?

    Because public transport is unpredictable, overcrowded, expensive and at most inconvenient.

    My nearest train station is 4 miles away and its only 5.5 miles to my place of work, the bus stop is near the end of my road but the stop near the works is a good mile away and catching 2 buses would cost more than going in my car and paying for parking.

    I live in Birmingham (UK) by the way, last year we had over a thousand local train cancellations mostly at peak times.

    Public transport in the UK is a joke.

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I'm afraid we almost have the same situation here that public transports are mostly inconvenient. Regarding your situation,  it seems that going by your own car is the best choice.

  3. Hridyapal-Bhogal profile image73
    Hridyapal-Bhogalposted 5 years ago

    Without mincing words...it is Delhi Metro. It has simply revolutionised the way one travels in the city. It is faster, convenient, comfortable, cheap and most importantly clean. Our bus networks (managed by Govt.) are suffering from continuous losses because of this!

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      You're lucky to have Delhi Metro which is smart in transport management. I dream of having than situation in our transportation system too. Thank you for answering.

  4. baja2013 profile image69
    baja2013posted 5 years ago

    In Sarajevo, tramway is the most used way of transportation. From time to time city's transport company is in on strike, so people walk. Good for health and fitness! smile

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      We also used tramway in the past and various public transport have taken over. I myself always try to go anywhere on foot if the distance is not too far. Thank you for answering.

  5. chef-de-jour profile image98
    chef-de-jourposted 5 years ago

    The good old bus, the double decker bus. Thankfully we have a good service which means that the buses are regular, comfortable and not too expensive. However, overall I prefer to use my legs and walk into town!!

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I wish we had the double decker bus too here. We used this kind of bus in the past but the government has changed it with busway.  I agree, to go on foot is more beneficial viewed from many sides, not to mention health. Thank you for answering.

  6. spiritdancerocean profile image60
    spiritdanceroceanposted 5 years ago

    Santa Cruz, California is a beach town on the Central California coast.  The best transportation is the bicycle as it is beautiful to ride here, and a large portion of the city is athletic and forward thinking.  Renewable energy vehicles of all types get a good second choice pick but bikes always provide a parking space for the best beach days and mass events

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, I saw the beautiful California beach on TV and It looked like an ideal for cycling. It's a good model for other cities to develop similar areas which give more privilege to healthful, renewable energy transports.  Thank you for your answer.

  7. Louise Lately profile image68
    Louise Latelyposted 5 years ago

    If I could choose - I would travel by boat mostly (along the Thames). But I also really enjoy double decker buses. There is such a good view from the top front row seat!

    1. agusfanani profile image76
      agusfananiposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, boat is an extraordinary transport.The Government is also developing boat transport called Waterways although I haven't tried it. I also  hope double decker bus will be operated again in the city like many fans of this bus hope so. Thank you.

 
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