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Transportation and Multi-Modal Advocacy in Travel

Connections

 

In my most recent travels focusing on multi-modal transport abroad as well, I experienced many fascinating, highly charged successful connections against the clock.

 

From plane to bus in approximately 50 minutes at a highly brisk pace, including customs, passport control and baggage pickup after a large international flight.

 

I literally broke into a unrelentless sprint exiting terminal with three pieces of luggage, including a small rolling suitcase, neither falling nor tripping into taxi lanes through safely to the departing bus to save an hour of waiting for the next one.

 

Another exhilarating connection involved the first leg of travel from place of residence to bus to airport at present where many continue to wait less patiently for the exhaust-free passenger train connection.

 

I planned to ride to a suburban bus stop with three pieces of luggage secured with tie-downs to a newly designed rear bicycle rack (30 kg load maximum load) and leave the bike for the final leg in retorno.

 

However I found me in saddle balancing well, in full control and safely pursuing an impromptu route of habit pulling three pieces of luggage, including garment bag, briefcase with papers and locks, and of course message bag with reflective elements approximately 25 kg in all.

 

The bus stop I was heading to was earlier and as a result a bit closer than the suburban one by 15 - 20 minutes I wagered when I realized where I was pedaling. So I increased my speed by pushing down hard on the pedals and calmly but with a heightened intensity met the bus as it was loading with a minute or two to spare assertively engaging the driver to hold for me.

In my most recent travels focusing on multi-modal transport abroad as well, I experienced many fascinating, highly charged successful connections against the clock.

From plane to bus in approximately 50 minutes at a highly brisk pace, including customs, passport control and baggage pickup after a large international flight.

I literally broke into a unrelentless sprint exiting terminal with three pieces of luggage, including a small rolling suitcase, neither falling nor tripping into taxi lanes through safely to the departing bus to save an hour of waiting for the next one.

Another exhilarating connection involved the first leg of travel from place of residence to bus to airport at present where many continue to wait less patiently for the exhaust-free passenger train connection.

I planned to ride to a suburban bus stop with three pieces of luggage secured with tie-downs to a newly designed rear bicycle rack (30 kg load maximum load) and leave the bike for the final leg in retorno.

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