Saturday, March 28, 2009

A day in US air travel

This is what it looks like.

The video is even cooler. This was done by Aaron Koblin and Wired Magazine.


At 1:04 AM, Blogger mjr said...

The sad part - or rather the opportunity - lies in the number of lines drawn between New York, Boston, and DC. And not just that, but also between Miami and St. Pete; Houston, Dallas and San Antonio; LAX and SFO. Each of those - plus the web around Chicago - could be served more efficiently by high speed rail. In western Europe, air-rail connections rather than air-air transfers are used automatically on some well-served rail routes less then 250 miles. See America 2050 at
or the Federally approved HSR lines at


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