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RTT_Rules

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[quote=simstrain][quote]You want the federal government to run a passenger rail service?

This mob can't roll-out a vaccine without royally stuffing it up, don't let them near public transport.

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Posted 07 May 2021 18:08 in Other Transport by RTT_Rules

Elon can take it for a joy ride.
ANR
Haha,

Info seems to be that it will taken back to the assembly area and partly disassembled and engines sent away for inspection. There was a few  ...

[quote=The Vinelander][quote]

Fairly one eyed and biased comment there Mike. Do we need to list all the railway closures of the ALP govts?

In recent decades...go for it Shane. Smile
Mike. [/qu ...

[quote=The Vinelander]A bit of a sweeping statement but here goes:

Conservative governments, NSW notwithstanding by their nature are reluctant to expand public transport, especially fixed rail. The ...

[quote=Valvegear][quote]Probably more referring to rego fees.[/quote] No-fee rego? Not a hope. Don't forget it also includes third party insurance, and you sure 'n hell aren't getting that for nothing ...

[quote=Myrtone]

Use buses with mid length doors and limit the passengers from seating in the front row.Maybe an interim thing but separating the driver's air circulation and all seats being available ...

Posted 06 May 2021 17:59 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=Carnot][quote][quote]Seychelles mainly used the Astra Zeneca vaccine which isn't as effective as the mRNA vaccines used in Israel which has a similar vaccination rate.

Israel had only 70 new ...

[quote=Carnot][quote][quote]How come the rocket is to fall back to earth is this deliberate act from the Chinese to deorbit the rocket ?

What happened with the space station piece is it still up th ...

[quote=freightgate]How come the rocket is to fall back to earth is this deliberate act from the Chinese to deorbit the rocket ?

What happened with the space station piece is it still up there ?[/qu ...

Posted 06 May 2021 14:05 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=Carnot]Seychelles mainly used the Astra Zeneca vaccine which isn't as effective as the mRNA vaccines used in Israel which has a similar vaccination rate.

Israel had only 70 new cases yesterd ...

Posted 06 May 2021 12:13 in Other Transport by RTT_Rules

Successful flight of SN-15



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9eoubnO-pE

SpaceX is now in the unusual position in deciding what do they do with a flown starship that is not bolted down to the grou ...

[quote=bevans]An uncontrolled 21-tonne Chinese rocket falling to Earth will land anywhere from Denmark to the south of Australia in the coming days – but the crash site is unknown.

China's Long M ...

[quote=Expost]Ok, Red Rover Rd was a shocker of a road, pretty much single lane, with a horrible off camber triple level crossing, (uphill climb for the road, but the three roads curved away, so cars ...

You can forget about replacing rego. The powers that be need some method of identifying vehicles. (I need it when I'm in a car park with identical cars nearby.)
Valvegear
Probably more r ...

[quote=8502]There are too many taxes and costs in owning a motor vehicle when you use it sparingly around the city. If the government went to distance based charging would that include all vehicles s ...

[quote=Heihachi_73][citation needed]

Unless of course you literally mean Melbourne, as in postcode 3000, otherwise...

* Impossibly slow speeds

* Excessive timetable padding to make Yarra Trams ...

Some common sense coming through, focusing on interurban and inner regional services that all trains use rather than worrying about competing with planes on just one corridor.

[quote=Expost]Taragoola trains are no more. Monto branch cut out completely by straight railing the Moura Short Line at Graham, but the Graham signals still operate. I never got onto a Taragoola train ...

[quote=bevans][quote]The first thing that would be required is quadruplication between Caulfield and Dandenong to create room for those trains to run through the suburbs.[/quote]

Would that be entire ...

St Leonards station area and alignment towards the tunnel has amble area for tunnel construction base.

Would it be with a TBM? Not sure, 2km in Sydney sandstone is not exactly a big task, I suspect ...

[quote=freightgate]The newspaper today has an article of a pending transport strike by truck drivers for toll and other companies who are demanding a pay rise and a pathway to 15% superannuation.

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Posted 03 May 2021 22:35 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

You can keep going Shane if you wish, this conversation is a dry well of irrelevant comments from a flat Earther.

M

The Vinelander

Yep, I agree with you Mike.

Once again anoth ...

Posted 03 May 2021 22:19 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan][quote][quote]What, you mean the reality that sunshine and breezes will never be any more than 25% or so of Australia's total electrical needs without causing blackouts, you mean th ...

Posted 03 May 2021 20:19 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan]What, you mean the reality that sunshine and breezes will never be any more than 25% or so of Australia's total electrical needs without causing blackouts, you mean that kind of rea ...

Posted 03 May 2021 20:11 in The Lounge by RTT_Rules

[quote=don_dunstan][quote][quote]Feel free to dribble all you like about a reason and thinking, but in the mean time divert your thinking to reality.[/quote] Good luck with that one.[/quote]What do yo ...

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