Which is the superior form of city transportation?Cyclists need not apply
>Which is the superior form of city transportation?>Superior form of city transportation need not apply
Trains for rapid transport from outside the city.Trams for transport between parts of the city.Buses for fine-grained transport within the city and tangential lines.>Taxis to fill any gaps during low demand times.>Bicycles and scooters for wankers.>Walking for the last mile/meters.
>>1835626Cycling. And yes, I don't give a damn about that stupid rule you want me to follow. Btw, I'm cyclist.
Bus if bendy and wirey.
>>1835626Bus>Easiest to add/remove routes>Most flexible in terms of shifting resources around network>Cheapest vehicles (that can carry more than a car/minivan)>Does not require construction of separate grade/network to function (see: train lines, tram lines, bicycle paths)Buses can also be dedicated to jobs outside of 'conventional' mass transit. Where I went to school, the city dedicated a small fleet of city buses that the students could take as dedicated 'express' lines. Or for infrequent but scheduled shuttles for places like Retirement Homes, Hospitals, etc.
>>1835626Mogs them all
>>1835626There must be train tracks everywhere, everyone will have their own personal little train.
>>1835869literally the worst of both worlds with very few benefits
>>1835869A bicycle is better for a city.
Underground trains > trams > buses > getting a taxi everywhereCycling depends on how hilly the city is. If the city is flat, it's the best, but nobody wants to cycle uphill all day.
>>1835869Fuck off with your fucking noise and stink, you piece of shit.
>>1835869>I need to accelerate faster than a formula 1 car in the middle of a city and lanesplit going 75mph in slow moving traffic and set off car alarms with the noise because "loud pipes save lives"Disgusting adolescent boy mentality, everyone hates you even the recipients of your organs when you splat
>>1835869Only if you can lane split
>>1835626Taxi is by far the best. Hop in, get where you’re going and get out. Uber is a close second due to the app hassle.
>>1835626Your own car obviously. You do own a car, right?
>>1835626Cycling. I'm not a cyclist so I can say it.
>>1835869>"BBBBBBBBBRRRRRRRRRRRRMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMBBBJJVHVVVFVTHVNFV"haha yeah your dick must be so big
>Ctrl+F>No rickshawsI seriously have concerns for the future of /n/.
>>1835626>Cyclists need not applyBecause we already know that they are best
obviously heavy rail since the propulsion sounds make me nut, plus r46s and m7s are super cute
>Which is the superior form of city transportation?Probably something like this.And don't fret, friend, that I have posted an image of a bicycle.For I am not a "cyclist", and therefore OP's exclusion does not apply to me.
>>1835626Real talk: It always depends on your route, and also whether or not you're carrying cargo with you. Depending on the city and your destination it might be faster to take the train and reach it by bicycle instead of driving there. But then that would assume you're only carrying supplies for to support you for a limited amount of time, and not carrying anything or anyone back. In which case it would be better to use a car.
>>1836197agree, all of the above is the right answer, time and place for everything, especially since cities aren't designed perfectly, you can't idealize everything. I do see little value in trams and light rail thoughtrain + bicycle is my favorite from a user perspective, if winters weren't so shit and summers so hot
>>1836030I really want to get one of these in the hopes i can pass it off as just a motorized bicycle so i dont need registration
>>1835626Bicycles. I fucked your GF.