Our 21st century cities and the people who live and work there face transportation requirements that have little in common with the historical patterns. Our actual service needs are closer to what we can see in successful car-based systems than the patterns associated with traditional public transport. That is to say, user requirements in this new life system are for the most part not linear, nor strictly time-cadenced. This introduction is the first article on xTransit to appear in these pages. And you can be sure it will not be the last. xTransit is an important part of our worldwide future . [...]
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