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Yanking Out The Underground Tracks Is One Way To Solve Urban Mobility Problems In London

The architecture firm’s “Walk the Line” concept subs in airport-esque people movers for Underground cars.

“Transportation in London is a bit of a minefield,” Christian Coop, design director at NBBJ’s outpost in the British capital, says. The global architecture firm is no stranger to wildly imaginative design proposals and when prompted to dream up a way to make the city better, NBBJ turned its attention to the Underground—a labyrinthine system that accommodates more than 1 billion passenger trips in a year and is notorious for congestion and overcrowding.

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