Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Narz, Feb 10, 2017.
How do you transport your body from point A to point B in your local city/state/province?
walk, bike, and tram
but for work I have my 4X4 Toyota work truck, too much equipment to do otherwise and it tows my boat on weekends too
Depending on the situation and distance, foot, bike, bus, metro, and/or ferry
I usually walk if the distance is less than 10 km and I have the time, otherwise I take public transportation.
My "getting around" ability is rather limited. I split it between walking and cabs as Uber is illegal here. I walk anywhere that's less than 1km, taxi anywhere more than that. Public transit is too rough and/or crowded for me.
As per usual, Perfection wins the thread.
Singapore has pretty good public transport and requires people to obtain a license to have the right to own a car, which can cost you a cool $50,000. I wouldn't ever waste so much for a car in a city state. And it is far more relaxing to take buses and subways.
I drive a car. It's my only way to get to work essentially. Other than that, I don't leave the house.
My trusty bicycle or the subway, or walking.
Feet & subway primarily; bike & city buses a lot, too.
I kind of envy people who can take a ferry a lot. Star Ferry was a highlight of my trip to Hong Kong, even though the subway was better in some ways, just 'cause I thought it was cool. Maybe the novelty would wear off after a while. There are some commuter ferries around here, but they don't really go anywhere I need to go.
Can I ride shotgun Perf?
Shotgun is not asked, it is merely taken
Ok, but I gotta warn you about the stick shift.
Are you that flash bastard that stole my girlfriend in preschool?
As someone who uses ferries a lot, I'd much rather there be a metro there instead.
Personal automobile unless I'm going to the airport, then uber.
Mostly I've cycled around, but lately it's felt to much of a bother, so I usually just walk. To get to Oslo I take the train
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