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There is map of metro and tram of Prague
http://www.dpp.cz/download/schema-metro-tramvaje.gif
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Endre wrote: Well, that's what I could download. These are the most recent maps...There is a newer one, it's onhttp://www.bkv.hu but I couldn't export it here.
unfortunately, i dont speak hungarian...
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geophilip2 wrote:
Endre wrote: Well, that's what I could download. These are the most recent maps...There is a newer one, it's onhttp://www.bkv.hu but I couldn't export it here.
unfortunately, i dont speak hungarian...
You must learn it :lol:
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The system map of Calgary Transit, serving the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada:
http://www.calgary.ca/docgallery/BU/engineering_services/emaps/transitmap_2003.pdf.
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I don't think we have public transport in daphne....
there's the BRATS bus though (Baldwin Rural Area Transport System)
(I live in Baldwin County)
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lucile told me seretkelet
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http://www.buses.co.uk - Brighton and Hove Buses.

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AAK wrote:Close to Niagra Falls or the other side? I always travel to Toronto by bus and I cross Buffalo a lot.
Right in the middle of the state really. Syracuse to be exact. If you have ever taken the Thruway you passed right by it. We have five exits! 8)
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HOVORKA wrote:There is map of metro and tram of Prague
http://www.dpp.cz/download/schema-metro-tramvaje.gif
How long is Prague's tram network?

What is happening on line 31 and X-14? Works on the tracks?

About metro:

Line A: 9.9 Km

Line B: 25.8 Km

Line C: 14.2 Km

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What is happening on line 31 and X-14? Works on the tracks?
I guess it's because of last year floodings.
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geophilip2 wrote:lucile told me seretkelet
You mean: "szeretlek"? I.e.: I love you.
There was once a topic on Hungarian, but after a while noone understood the suffixation and others.

And there's an English part for the bkv.hu; BTW here's the planned line of the new metro.
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Y'know, I'm getting the urge to make graphics for all of the transit vehicles used here in Calgary over the history of its transit system. I've already put one of the LRVs into the game... :twisted:
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i a little bit disappointed that i didn' t see a lot of maps in this topic
please, send some, so I can put it on my web site
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public transport. Well, in the place I live (size of a small town and a tourist destination but officially a village) we have one bus an hour in each direction between the nearest city, Wells (which is the size of a medium town) and the nearest bigish town of Weston-Super-Mare (which is a seaside resort and larger than the city). You can get to Wells in 45 minutes by bus, or 30 by car (unless you get stuck behind the bus). Weston-super-Mare is just over 30 minutes drive away but an hour on the bus.

To get to the nearest city of any real significance (Bristol) you can get a direct caoch twice a day (except wednesdays, when it goes to Bath) but thats no good for anyone but shoppers who want to spend no more than three hours there. There is a direct bus service but it takes about 2½ hours each way (you can drive it in about ¾ of an hour off-peak) as it goes via all the little rural villages in the Chew Valley. It also only runs a few tiems a day.

Then we have the shuttle bus (about every other hour) which conencts only with the small village on the top of the hill. It does this to link in with another service which goes all the way around teh somerset levels on its very indirect route to the dreary town of Shepton Mallet (which nobody woudl really want to go to anyway).

There used to be a station but that was closed along with the entire line in the 60s (thankyou Dr Beeching). So now our closest station is an hours bus journey or 25 minutes drive away (different stations).

Image - the 2 hourly link to Bristol via the chew valley comes under a different regional grouping I think. and the shoppers coach to Bristol/Bath is run by a different company.

yes, many of you will recognise the place names from the TTD scenario!

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SpeciesX wrote:
AAK wrote:Close to Niagra Falls or the other side? I always travel to Toronto by bus and I cross Buffalo a lot.
Right in the middle of the state really. Syracuse to be exact. If you have ever taken the Thruway you passed right by it. We have five exits! 8)
Yes, whenever I take the bus, it makes a stop at Syracuse. The only time I got out on the bus terminal place at Syracuse was to buy some PEPSI and those peanut butter crackers.

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Post by Georg »

Munich, where I live, has a pretty good public transpotr system. The plan for "S-Bahn" (Metropolitan Trains) and "U-Bahn" (Underground) can be seen here: http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/archiv/objec ... 03(A4).jpg (rather big file)

A plan showhing only the city of Munich, but including the Tramway, can be found here: http://www.mvg-mobil.de/pdf-dateien/Inn ... _A3a-s.pdf

Many more plans are provided here: http://www.mvg-mobil.de/netzplaene.htm
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hey, i used to live near munich, S5 baldham. where do u live in munich???

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John wrote:hey, i used to live near munich, S5 baldham. where do u live in munich???
S6 (West) Planegg.

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and i used to go to esm at theresa giese alle (u5) my music old teacher lives at starnberger sea. whats the weather like there? snow?

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John wrote:and i used to go to esm at theresa giese alle (u5) my music old teacher lives at starnberger sea. whats the weather like there? snow?
No, we had snow for a brief period in mid-October, but right now it's only cloudy and not very cold (+10 °C).

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