Sunday, 4 September 2016

Week 88 My Sunday Photo. Driverless trains in Dubai


In 2012, Guinness World Records declared Dubai Metro the world's longest fully automated metro network with a route length of 75 kilometres or 47 miles.

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  1. Cool. We are heading to Dubai for my husband's birthday in a few weeks. We will have to try out the trains.

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    1. make sure you do, you wouldn't know it was driverless

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  2. No strikes! Awesome! Bet the transport system is very reliable too.

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    1. public transport here is really good and almost free, it's so cheap

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  3. That's a very cool photo, there's something very interesting about railways. Driverless trains sound amazing!

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    1. travelling during rush hour isn't as fun

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  4. Blimey that's amazing. I can never see that happening in the UK

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. they're trialling driverless cars here

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  5. I can't wait for driverless cars as I don't drive! Trains though, maybe I'd have a go :-) #MySundayPhoto

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    1. you'd never know they were driverless

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  6. Oh wow that is long! I've been Dubai so many times and never once sat on this. I am going to next time!

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    1. you'll be lucky to sit on these trains, especially during rush hour

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  7. I'd love something like that here! #MySundayPhoto

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    1. i spent a lot of time on the trains in the UK over the summer and not one ran onetime, unlike these driverless ones

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  8. I'd love something like that here! #MySundayPhoto

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  9. Impressive. Didn't know this. But now that I know It would make me nervous

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    1. you don't even think about it when you're on them

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  10. I love the colour schemes, it looks so modern

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    1. there is nothing older than 45 years here in Dubai

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  11. It's a little bit scary, but I expect every transport system will end up like that.

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  12. Thats so cool! But what will train drivers do now? #mysundayphoto

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    1. this was the first train in dubai and it's always been driverless

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  13. There is one small line in London that has driverless trains. It is a cool little journey especially if you can get a seat at the front

    Mollyxxx

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    1. we were lucky to get this view, normally the trains are ram packed

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