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May 11, 2012

Ahh, Bach! Riding a tram in Leipzig, Germany - Multimodal city hosts International Transport Forum

Last week I covered the International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany. It's a truly multimodal city, and I'll have a story coming out on that soon (hopefully this weekend). Meanwhile, I thought I'd share some of the video I took while I was there. I'll post these as quickly I can get them edited.

This first one shows a ride on Leipzig's tram, from the Congress Center where the forum was held back to the city's old downtown, or Zentrum.

Since Leipzig is the home of composer J.S. Bach, I put a little music bed on there, too.

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This first one shows a ride on Leipzig's tram, from the Congress Center where the forum was held back to the city's old downtown, or Zentrum.

Since Leipzig is the home of composer J.S. Bach, I put a little music bed on there, too.

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Other German cities have also played music in the U-bahn and tram. Stuttgart had in the best offered music on the tram to the enjoyment of the passengers.

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