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Old January 23rd, 2008, 01:22 AM   #161
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Na vielleicht denke ich da zu wirtschaftlich. Ich stelle mir halt vor wie großartig man da das Bim Netzwerk um dieses Geld modernisieren, beschleunigen und ausbauen könnte. Zum Beispiel den Vorschlag der Untergrundstraßenbahn die über die Herrengasse das Schottentor mit der Oper verbindet. Die Rampe beim Schottentor gäbe es ja bereits.
Das wäre natürlich auch was! Aber wie sollen die aus der Schleife am Schottentor zur Herrengasse kommen? Da müsste man ja alles komplett neu machen.
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Wär vermutlich billiger als jede U-Bahn an der Peripherie und würde unvergleich mehr bringen...
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Old January 23rd, 2008, 08:10 PM   #163
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Das wäre natürlich auch was! Aber wie sollen die aus der Schleife am Schottentor zur Herrengasse kommen? Da müsste man ja alles komplett neu machen.
Die Station müsste man halt umbauen, aber so viel ich gehört habe, wurde die Schleife ja mit der Idee einer Verlängerung im Hinterkopf gebaut. Ich glaube nicht, dass das ein unlösbares oder sonderlich außerordentlich teures Problem wäre. Ich meine, wenns unter dem Donaukanal den Boden gefrieren um einen Tunnel bauen zu können, ist das ja der reinste Spaziergang.
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Old January 25th, 2008, 01:40 AM   #164
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Die Station müsste man halt umbauen, aber so viel ich gehört habe, wurde die Schleife ja mit der Idee einer Verlängerung im Hinterkopf gebaut. Ich glaube nicht, dass das ein unlösbares oder sonderlich außerordentlich teures Problem wäre. Ich meine, wenns unter dem Donaukanal den Boden gefrieren um einen Tunnel bauen zu können, ist das ja der reinste Spaziergang.
Den Boden gefrieren??

Also ich bin sowieso immer für einen Ausbau des öffentlichen Verkehrs. Nur in Wien dauert immer alles soooo lange... unerträglich.
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Old January 25th, 2008, 02:11 PM   #165
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Den Boden gefrieren??
Ich kenne mich ja auch nicht wirklich aus, aber um so knapp unter dem Donaukanal unten durch zu bauen, haben die den Boden darüber festgefrieren müssen, bis die Betonröhre fertig war. Oder irgendwie so...
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Old January 28th, 2008, 10:10 PM   #166
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I just returned from Vienna and here are My thoughts on Viennese Transit:

http://www.transitmiami.com/2007/03/...pe-part-2.html
Wow, you´ve done a great job! And I really enjoyed reading such an euphoric and detailed report about my hometowns transit system.
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Old February 1st, 2008, 02:55 PM   #167
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Very good work.
Das Design der Stationen im Süden ist schon sehr fragwürdig.
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Hm, irgendwie kommt mir der Thread sehr bekannt vor...
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Great pic's bahnsteig, glad this old thread has been revived .

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Old March 6th, 2008, 03:03 AM   #177
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I really like your photo report and I really like U6. While many complain about it, I love the old style of the "Stadtbahn" buildings. And I really love that it is mostly elevated and not underground, so you can enjoy the view instead of just starring at black concrete tunnels
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Yeah, if only U6 wasn't so crowded all the time it would be a great fun ride.
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Youtube Clips

I stumbled across some videos I made a year or so ago, and uploaded some of them. Maybe some of you out there are actually interested in this.

Beware: The camera was impossible to hold without a bit of shaking, and the compression kills the sharpness effectively.





The almost empty middle section of the U3 platform at Westbahnhof station fills up with people after a train from the center arrives.




Filmed during rush-hour. A train enters the platform of U1 Schwedenplatz station and the crowds exchange.
Not even a minute after the train has left another one arrives.




Rush-hour footage from Stephansplatz station on the U1 platform.




Again Rush-hour, this time on the U6 platform at Westbahnhof station.




Leaving and incoming trains at U3 platform of Volkstheater station.




The first scene shows U6 train leaving Burggasse/Stadthalle station southwards, next a train emerging into Thaliastrasse station, last the section Josefstädter Strasse - Alser Strasse.




U6 on its elevated section reaches the Nussdorfer Strasse station.




U6 leaves Alterlaa station and reaches Am Schöpfwerk (ignore the announcements).
With 1272m this is the 3rd longest seperation between stations in the entire network, and the longest on the U6. Only Heiligenstadt-Spittelau (1555m) and Hütteldorf-OberSt.Veit (1341m) are longer.




U2 and U4 train leave the Schottenring station simultaneously.
As with the extension of U2 the new platform is beeing built underneath, the U2 opens its doors on both sides to allow short transfer times with U4.
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Das wäre natürlich auch was! Aber wie sollen die aus der Schleife am Schottentor zur Herrengasse kommen? Da müsste man ja alles komplett neu machen.
Where is Herrengasse? I remember the name and I think have stayed for a few days some years back on a penthouse there. It's the 3rd district right, or it's the 4th?
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