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  1. #21

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    The LRT is being used as an excuse to not buy anymore bendy buses (there is one currently) .

    The LRT isn't very uh useful shall we say to most of the local population for now. The bus lines on the newest bridge are packed and the 1 bendy that they have really helps cope with the crowd (especially how there's a shortage of bus drivers - competition from Casino Shuttle bus companies).

    It's also a major eyesore, the place is so rich and yet they couldn't bury it underground? Take the airport road now that looks very claustrophobic due to the elevated concrete chunk floating above.

    So, in short. LRT cool, underground everywhere would've been better, bendy buses nice too, should buy more of those.


  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by chingleutsch

    >>Macau's light rail, which was planned for more than a decade and cost 1.3 billion USD to build, broke down half an hour after launch on opening day.<<. Brought to you by the same government that brought you an airport with exposed wiring and no access to drinking water when it was opened
    The Macau government makes the HK government look like a shining beacon and model of efficient civil service.
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  3. #23

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    Indeed. I hope you don't mind that I add a couple more adjectives to your description ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolboy
    The Macau government makes the HK government look like a shining beacon and model of efficient, transparent and corruption-free civil service.
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