The Slowest World Transport That Can Make You Edgy
Being on time is important in today’s society. We are all fighting against time, whether they are work deadlines or personal ones, we need to make it at the nick of time. To reach our set destinations on time, we need reliable transport. We may want to be on time, but our mode of transportation doesn’t allow this. What if we happen to travel by the slowest train? This would be disastrous, of course. You will definitely come across such trains, or perhaps a bus. Have you tried some of these?
Trains that do not speed up
Cambodia has a single passenger train that runs very slow. It may even be the slowest train. The train used to run three times a week from Battambang to Phnom Penh, but now it travels only once a week. It is full of locals carrying fruits to the capital.
In Russia, the slowest train is operating in the Vladimir Region. It operates at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour. The rail route of the train links Vladmir and Ryazan. It is the only means of transport for the citizens of Golovanovo to reach the town.
Bus that crawls
The slowest bus in New York City runs at an average speed of 4 mph at noon on a weekday, which is not much faster than average person’s walking speed. The M23 of Manhattan has been awarded a “Pokey” award for being the slowest bus by Straphangers Campaign and Transportation Alternatives, a public advocacy group.