Valencia's Metrovalencia is a bit weird - it's a mish mash of light metro, tram, and suburban lines, with a single line extending over to 70 km. But what's so special about this system, and what can it teach the rest of the world about small city metros?
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Ever wondered why your city's transit just doesn't seem quite up to snuff? RMTransit is here to answer that, and help you open your eyes to all of the different public transportation systems around the world!
Reece Martin (the RM in RMTransit) is an urbanist and public transport critic residing in Toronto, Canada, with the goal of helping the world become more connected through metros, trams, buses, high-speed trains, and all other transport modes.