The earliest forms of public transportation were by water (ships, ferries, etc.) Even ancient Egyptians used ferries, although they were mostly reserved for the elite. While chariots were used in ancient Greece and Rome, they too were for the elite and military, but later stagecoaches became a popular mode of transportation of the public across land. In 1826 Nantes, France had its fist organized public transportation system with the Omnibus.
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