Transit around the world: Havana’s “camel” buses and India’s critter chaos

Buses in India filled with chickens and goats and bomb warnings. A brawl in a bus in Kathmandu. Twenty-metre-long “camels”—double-trailer tractor loads—carry public transit riders in Havana, Cuba in the late 1990s.

These are some of the first-person and news accounts I wrote in Transit Around the World, published in Coast Mountain BusLink’s Transit Exchange newsletter in April 1999. While corporate communications manager at Coast Mountain (previously BC Transit), I wrote, edited, and oversaw the content for Transit Exchange, which appeared nine times a year.

Click this Transit Around the World link to read the articles.

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