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Traffic in Britain

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Linh Thông Nguyễn

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Transport in Britain
Nhóm 3
Nguyễn Thị Minh Tâm 13128116
Đinh Kim Phượng 13128103
Trần Nguyễn Bích Quyên 13128109
The Definition
Double-decker Bus
Original form
Modern form
The History
1662
In France
1829
In London
The first Ominibus
1923-1937
AEC
NS-Type the 1st motorized dd bus
1956
8/12/2005
Bus Cafe
Hospitality business
20/2/2012
A route master DD Bus
New DD Bus
Strengths
Weaknesses
VS
Efficient use of road space
Unstable
Only on flat streets
and slow
Disabled people
The Hackney Carriage
The Hansom Cab
Modern cabs
Strengths
VS
Weaknesses
The Knowledge
Available at night
Interconnectivity
Quite Expensive
History
Black Cab
Interesting Facts
- Black Cab sessions
- Owner-drivers
- Don't shout "Taxi"
- London’s taxi ranked as No.1
Tourist
It can carry a lot more passengers
Train
Hístory
A memorial to Richard Trevithick’s achievement
- 1804: Penydarren
+ first successful steam locomotive
+ carrying iron
Richard Trevithick
1830: Invicta
+ first passenger train
+ carrying 36 passengers
+ speed of 30 mph
Monument of Robert Stephenson
Euston station London
Invicta locomotive
1923: “ The Big Four”
1948: nationalization
1994: privatization
The Great Western Railway
The London and North Eastern Railway
The London, Midland and Scottish Railway
The Southern Railway
Strengths
VS
Weakenesses
- 18th largest railway network in the world
+Track kilometres 32,000
+Stations 2,500
+Trains 4,000
- Fifth most used in the world
+Daily services 20,000
+Passenger kilometres 58 billion
+Passenger journeys 1.5 billion
+Freight tonnes 110 billion

The reduction
Interesting facts
Some names of London stations
Charing Cross
King’s Cross
Victoria
Ghost trains
+deserted station
+unknown trains
+no ticket machine
+no office
+taxi rank
Why do they exist ?
Shutting down a line : expensive + time-consuming
Traditional cab
Instructor: Hoàng Nhị Hà
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