Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Alternative methods for traffic reduction

Courtesy of Metro rail.



Link to the text version of the story is here

Obviously this OLD plan wasn't doing the job as efficiently as possible. The obvious flaw, which Metro obviously overlooked, was that people were getting their cars fixed and back on the road soon after the Danger Train "relieved traffic".


Well now we can't have that. This new "phase 2" plan brilliantly attacks the problem from both ends. Metro takes out your car, and blocks the entrance to the places where it can get fixed.


I guess you can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs (or, in this case, cars)

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