Sunday, October 9, 2011

The new Light Rail Transit in Kansas City

These three videos show how the public transportation, particularly the tram lines in Kansas City region was shaped and how the new light rail system of the city operates. The public transit system of the city was founded by the horse-drawn rail wagons. Then it was followed by cable and streetcars. Today the LRT of the city can become a rival for the popular bus network of the city.

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