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Sugerencias del metro de paris
From Houston to Phoenix and Sacramento to Seattle, light rail lines are opening or expanding at a steady clip. In addition, mixed-traffic streetcar lines—which run shorter routes and do so more slowly than light rail—are opening or in the planning stages in an equally broad array of cities. Despite some lines both light rail and streetcar on which ridership remains stubbornly low, overall ridership on these modes has increased 46 percent in the last ten years. Across the Atlantic, however, the Paris regional transit agency has embarked on a street-level rail expansion effort far surpassing that of any city here. The Paris tramways have proven exceptional not just because there are so many of them nine, with more in the planning and construction phases , but also because they are so popular. All this is taking place on a network whose first line opened just 24 years ago and whose entire existence many visitors to Paris might not even be aware of, given that the routes are in the less touristy parts of the region. Any city in the U. Supporters of the Brooklyn-Queens streetcar line proposed in New York, for example, dismiss low-performing American streetcars and say the line will be more like those in Europe.
In the s, in a previous era of urban planning under President Georges Pompidou, both banks of the Seine were paved to become what are generally called urban expressways, though the term exaggerates. When the roads opened in , allowing a rapid journey across Paris, Mr. But the roads largely cut off the magnificent river from the citizens of Paris, many of whom have no cars at all. Fillon said that a city study on the impact of the plan on traffic was insufficient and should be re-examined. So their party colleague, Mr.