Over Christmas, we’re rounding up the best of our work from 2015 so that you have something to read when you tire of the family. Today, it’s our favourite transport stories.
- “I conducted Myers-Briggs personality assessments of London’s 11 tube lines. Here’s what I learnt.”
- The UK’s hub airport isn’t London Heathrow – according to the data, it’s Amsterdam Schiphol.
- Q: Why do three buses always come along at once? A: Mathematical inevitability.
Bus bunching explained. Image: Lewis Lehe.
- How do metro systems cope with whopping great hills?
- Here’s why our cities are littered with bottles of discarded Uber piss.
- The most and least wheelchair accessible cities: a quadriplegic’s guide.
- This is why electronic ticketing gates perpetuate inequality.
Big train! Image: Getty.
- Eurostar is expanding to Marseille and Amsterdam. But why has it taken so long?
- “A bus designed for people who never take buses”: How London’s new Routemaster became a £300m white elephant.
Everything you think you know about British train fares is wrong.
- And finally, a quiz – can you identify the city by its metro’s logo?
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