Rode the new Copenhagen Metro for the second time today, and I’m very respectful of what they’ve achieved. The un-manned trains work well, it’s beautifully done, everything’s worked without a hitch. Okay, they’re two years over time, and significantly over budget, but still they’ve done a very good job.
Only complaint is that the design of the stations is much too sterile, and it’s a shame that they all look exactly alike, so you have to be very alert, if you don’t want to miss your stop. What they should’ve done was to ask different architects to interpret a common theme in designing the different stations.
Oh, well, perhaps they’ll do that with the new stations.
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