Wednesday, February 4, 2015


Orlyval automatic light metro shuttle, South Terminal, Orly Airport, Paris
Orlyval automatic light metro shuttle
South Terminal, Orly Airport
Paris, July 2014

“The construction was controversial: the competing proposal for a public transport link to the airport involved a railway line integrated with the RER, which would have allowed trains from various origins to serve the airport. The shuttle option was seen as the least integrated with the rest of the network. However, the small size of the VAL allowed the stations, in particular Orly – Ouest, to be at the same level and very close to the terminals.”
(Orlyval, Wikipedia)

1 comment:

Revrunner said...

I wish our metro cars were so modern.