Definitely, they are considered public transportation. So a train allows many people to move between two points on the same amount of energy (instead of just a few people to be able to do that). It’s a much more eco-friendly, “alternative” way to travel (verse cars).
OH YES. If there were no trains, think of how many people would drive to work. There was an advertisement on the CTA in chicago that said that 1 train=250 fewer cars. Not one train LINE, one TRAIN, and ONE TRAIN goes by every 5 minutes during rush hour.
Trains are considered an alternative form of transportation. They run on a fixed schedule, usually travel to main city centers, and allow people to read, work, or perform other various activities while in route to their destination. Trains are a great way to see the city or countryside, since you can just relax and enjoy the view while traveling on a train. Trains can carry people and goods which can reduce traffic caused by passenger vehicles and vehicles transporting goods such as large 18 wheelers. Taking the bus, riding a bike, and walking are also considered alternative forms of transportation.
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