13
Jul

2011

Transit Techno-Zealotry: A Definition

Post by Steven Dale

The practice of insisting upon a singular public transit technology to the exclusion of all others with no strong justifiable reason.

An unwillingness to admit to the weaknesses and failings of an idolized public transit technology.

A rejection of multi-modality in public transportation.

A preference for uni-modal models of public transportation when applied solely to an idolized public transit technology.

A rejection of the tool-based nature of public transportation technologies.

 



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