New Water Buses Proposed to Help Ease Mass Transit Pressure in Sweden

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Researchers at Stockholm’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology have come up with an innovative addition to the city’s public transit system. Called Waterway 365 , their project follows the principle that “across is always closer than around.” They propose incorporating water buses into the existing public transport service, and their system design involves a water bus unlike any other you have seen before. Read the rest of New Water Buses Proposed to Help Ease Mass Transit Pressure in Sweden Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: boats , ferries , Karl Garme , KTH , KTH Royal Institute of Technology , mass transit , public transit , public transport , Stockholm , Sweden , system design , transport , water buses , water taxis

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Teepee-Inspired Home Office ‘Nooks’ Double as a Personal Raft

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