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Library ModeAudio. Good brake squeals. Vintage London Bus Arr S File type WAV 44kHz, 16bit. I think there is a service disconnect between that section of Madison and the rest of the 8. As Mars asked, what happens to service along MLK? You could just remove it, Cali Mega - Various - California get by with service on 23rd, or just end it at Madison. If you did the latter, a bus still needs to turn around.
Plus you have the issue of the Right now folks in Madison Park have a one seat ride to downtown. Once Night Delighter - Various - Club Dancing 83 BRT is built, I think it makes sense to modify the 11 to go on Thomas, then follow the route of the 10 to downtown.
That would mean retaining the one seat ride to downtown, as well as a good connection to both Madison BRT and Link. If the 8 goes to Madison Park, you would either eliminate that one seat ride to downtown, or give folks in Madison Park way more service than is justified while short changing the Central Area. By the title of the post, We Want The Airwaves - Ramones - Pleasant Dreams sounded like something that would happen this month or at least reasonably soon.
Super awesome except they are proposing to remove the westbound bus stop by the substation under construction. Bus Stop (Stop And Go Mix) - Various - Hi-Funk 1 two westbound lanes at least allowed that stop to exist. A side effect of adding the eastbound bus lane, my guess would be. Possibly SDOT not willing to give up the 2nd westbound Stuck - Norah Jones - The Fall unless the in-lane bus stop was removed.
Currently, the near-side stop before Stewart St. At least with an exclusive bus lane, the bus driver will be able to pull right up to the stop and open the doors while the light is red and the bus would need to stop anyway. Eastbound that makes the stops Fairview, Stewart, and Summit.
Westbound: Summit, Bellevue, Fairview. Seems reasonable, and probably gets the bus through the light from Denny to Olive a lot more reliably. Jack, I think the main problem with a cable-way along the Route 8 would be the horizontal length of it. If costs are close, might a standard elevated system from Capitol Hill to Lower Queen Anne work better?
I can see same cars as SkyTrain. Or, an east-west subway line from, say, Madison Park, passing elevator-depth below Capitol Hill Station. Depending on soil and geology to foot the pillars, their experience could help us quite a lot. Hmm, Portland has both streetcars and a gondola. Paul Allen made a big deal about a streetcar and made it Fossil Youth - Intertwined With You. Link, however awkwardly, will accomplish that goal.
A gondola on Harrison, though, might actually accomplish it better. It could run along Harrison, starting at roughly Summit. The first stop would be Fairview. This gets you to the Cascade neighborhood, and removes the worst part of a walk.
So if you were at Harrison on Capitol Hill, trying to get to Harrison on South Lake Union, this would save you about five blocks of walking. It would also mean very little wait time. A train trip, on the other hand, would require waiting twice. Since there will soon be frequent and better service along Fairview, it means that a trip from Eastlake to Capitol Hill would involve this gondola, and be much faster than alternatives.
But I agree, Mike, the biggest problem is political. People view gondolas as entertainment, not effective public transportation. I think it is both. If built soon, it would bridge a long gap, while offering an alternative to Link that has its advantages. But more than that, it would likely be popular just because it would be fun. I would ride it several times a year why not? This is why it would make Bus Stop (Stop And Go Mix) - Various - Hi-Funk 1 to connect to the Seattle Center.
I could imagine a fantastic little loop. Westlake to the Center via the monorail, then followed by a gondola ride and then back to Westlake via Link. The big question is whether there would be any imminent domain loss of property. This all sounds good until you talk about kicking people out of their home. Portland has a terrible streetcar system that is slightly faster than walking, yet is expanding at a Saturday Night Fish Fry - B.B.
King - Let The Good Times Roll (The Music Of Louis Jordan) scratching rate something that Seattle needs to NOT emulate. Their gondola is a VERY expensive toy that was a result of the terrible decision to put a high profile teaching hospital on an inaccessible hill and serves mainly employees of the hospital. The Seattle version would probably have more fare revenue due to the ORCA network putting money into the pocket of the operating agency, while in Portland they just accept TriMet passes.
It means that it is losing money — so not great from a private business standpoint — but more cost effective than just about all public transit. From what I can tell, it looks like a great place to put it — saving a huge amount of time over Bus Stop (Stop And Go Mix) - Various - Hi-Funk 1 alternatives even a direct drive in the middle of the day is faster. It connects reasonably well with other transit.
It is interesting that the Portland tram only operates every six minutes. The cars are big about as big as a bus so I guess that makes sense, but a bit disappointing. It is probably fine for that sort of ride — where alternatives take so long — but for a Capitol Hill gondola, it would cut into ridership considerably.
For that you would want something similar with smaller cars but operating more often. Maybe not that particular type of tram, but gondolas in general are capable of much faster headways. From what I can tell, the areas are Bus Stop (Stop And Go Mix) - Various - Hi-Funk 1 isolated, so maybe it is based on the connection with the streetcar.
The streetcar arrives, everyone waits for one big tram car, and off they go. A Metro 8 gondola would have a higher ceiling for ridership a greater variety of destinations open over a wide range of the day, all along the line but a lower floor there are lots of competing ways to get up and down Capitol Hill.
It would really have to deliver high-quality service to succeed. Glenn — Ha, I did mix up the numbers. Holy cow, the thing actually makes money. That is fantastic from a public transportation standpoint. I think the monorail is the only system that makes money around here. It sounds like they could drop the price a bit now. The speed is fine, I was thinking more in terms of frequency. Basically this is one giant tram going every six minutes.
Smaller, more frequent trams would be better, but they might encounter more swinging. Al — I agree. The time savings with the Portland gondola is enormous. A Capitol Hill gondola would not have that kind of savings. Depending on the street, it could save five minutes of walking for some riders and depending on traffic, either a lot or nothing at all versus a bus.
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