The second Thursday of the month brings with it our meetup, which happens next on 10th May from 6pm. As always, these are informal affairs where the beer flows, offering an opportunity to put faces to the names of a few LR writers as well as regular commentators. All are welcome, and conversation is often as much general as it is transport-specific. Where to find us We will be in the upstairs backroom at The Royal Oak on Tabard Street. Its location makes it easy to get to from a number of ...
In just eight years, Shenzhen became the first city to electrify 100 percent of its public buses—16,359, to be exact. Between the gleaming towers of the Chinese city of Shenzhen, some 16,000 buses shuttle commuters to and from their destinations. But they’re not like the diesel-guzzling behemoths that run the streets of most cities. They’re quieter, and they run entirely on electricity. Back in 1980, Shenzhen was just a modest fishing village of 30,000. Now a megalopolis of some 12 ...
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