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greydotmatters:

dynamics of the subway
haisuinonasa 
2011

each note from the instruments is represented by a geometric shape in the animation; while these shapes move in sync with the song, they also form the parts that create the subway itself.

  • Interviewer: So what makes you think you'll be a good fit for MTA?
  • Me: I'm inconsistent and sometimes unreliable.
  • Interviewer: That makes sense....you're hired.

Train Shed from H Street Exterior Rendering

A wavy roof and shimmering glass atriums would join the stately dome of Washington, D.C.’s Union Station if the new $7 billion master plan from Amtrak comes to be. The proposal would convert Washington, D.C.’s main transit terminal from an aging, over-capacity station that dates to 1907 into a modern transportation hub of high-speed rail that will double the number of trains and triple the number of passengers in gleaming, glass-encased halls.

ZZNNNNGGG!

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eightpspiMTA on Flickr.

How am I supposed to know when the next WB 13 is going to be running 25 minutes late? #Apple?

Metrobus (Rosa Parks Edition)
MTA 2011-2 Roadeo

Marsalis Images Photography

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279 plays
Meshell Ndegeocello,
Devil's Halo

greydotmatters:

Song: Mass Transit
Artist: Meshell Ndegeocello
Album: Devil’s Halo

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hopstop:

L Train by Richard Estes (hat tip to outlying)

We couldn’t even tell this was a painting at first glance!

Wow. Just, wow.

iradiate:

Abandoned. (Taken with instagram)

(via iradiate-deactivated20130108)

Boarding a double-decker
Streetcar Press Photography

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Coast Mountain DE40LFs and C40LFs sleeping at Oakridge Transit Centre.
via Flickr 

(New York, NY – WNYC) It’s going to take eight months for the NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority to add extra weekend service to the crowded L train, which serves Lower Manhattan and fast-growing parts of Brooklyn. The NY MTA and a major transit union are blaming each other for the delay

Short Stop: Baltimore Metro @ Mondawmin
Marsalis Images Photography via Instagram

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