Du Guesclin over at Sevillanadas wonders why it has taken so long to build, why it only has one line, why it is substantially above ground, why it doesn’t go to Seville’s most populous neighbourhood, and why the tickets are the most expensive in Spain. His premise–that the purpose of public transport is to serve public needs–is charming but perhaps slightly naive.
- Barcelona T10 price inflation vs general consumer price inflation
How the PSC screwed up transport pricing strategy for the 2010 regionals and 2011 municipals.
- Barcelona’s Mr Camper Bike is coming for lunch
Here’s another one, Kevin Cyr. The thought of cycling that in even the mildest of winds is quite terrifying. European transport
- Spanish vehicle purchase queries
The thing doesn’t currently have a permiso de circulación, and is stored off-road. Is the former legal? If I buy it,
- “Ripoll, the future Pittsburg of Spain”
“Coal and iron in Spain”, 16/11/1877: “From Vich, the present terminal point, to the coal mines of San Juan de Abadesas
- Public sector reform to satisfy both PSOE-IU-UPyD and PP
Tertulia (Spanish for “old men talking about what they had for lunch”) on Radio 5 because Radio 3 was so terrible