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Tag Archives: mass transit
Long before it was a joke in The Simpson’s, the mass-transit system known as the Monorail offered real potential as a solution for what was seen as a nation’s over-dependence on foreign fuel and heavy traffic. If that image up … Continue reading
About 10 years behind schedule, funding has finally been approved for a real study into the feasibility of building a Magnetic Levitation based railway between Las Vegas and Anaheim, arguably the two biggest tourist draws in the Southwest. If built, … Continue reading
The OC Register reports that a study on the feasibility of implementing a monorail system to connect Disneyland to the Angel’s Stadium area has been approved. Other regional transportation solutions are being considered, including other monorail projects. This makes me … Continue reading
Walt Disney World has announced it will give the Lynx regional bus system grants of over $1.5 million dollars and the state agrees to send almost another $5 million of fees and taxes paid to the transportation fund by Disney … Continue reading