|Quoting Nighthawk (Reply 6):|
Almost as bad as the french who built an aircraft carrier that wasnt long enough for the planes to land on.... Oops
|Quoting Bohica (Thread starter):|
The Washington DC transit system (Metro) built a new bus terminal at one of their subway stations for the comfort of their passengers. One problem: nobody measured the height of the bus.
|Quoting BA (Reply 13):|
If this DC station is not slightly below ground, perhaps they should attempt to dig up the existing bus parking space and make it slightly below ground as others have suggested.
Other solutions, such as raising the bus station's ceiling -- the lowest floor of an office building -- are unrealistic, officials say. Same for lowering the floor, which is at street level. Digging down would be costly and could affect the building's foundation.
|Quoting LTBEWR (Reply 9):|
Maybe they could lower the street level of the busses paths or reconfigure the busses so their fuel supplies don't raise the height of the busses.
|Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 16):|
That looks very much like Chur to me, beginning of the beautiful Arosa metre gauge line?