Transit Overcrowding Could Always Be Worse
I wrote a couple weeks ago about overcrowing on U.S. cities' transit systems. But let's all take a moment to give thanks that our ...
I wrote a couple weeks ago about overcrowing on U.S. cities' transit systems.
But let's all take a moment to give thanks that our systems aren't nearly as overtaxed as Japan's. Here's a video of people literally being crammed onto a train -- by the transit officers themselves!
Kinda makes me claustrophobic just watching.
You can watch a whole bunch of videos like this on YouTube, if you have the desire.
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