From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core
- ...that Sendai Subway's 1000 series trains introduced in 1987 were the world's first trains to use fuzzy logic to control their speed which made their acceleration smoother and their energy consumption more efficient than other train types?
- ...that Seibu-Shinjuku Station, the terminus of Seibu Railway's Shinjuku Line, was initially intended to be a temporary station until the line could be extended via a former streetcar right-of-way south of the station to Shinjuku Station?
- ...that at its peak in the 1910s, the Rosario Tramway, the third such system built in Argentina, had 300 vehicles on its 192-kilometre long (119 mi) network?
- ...that when the new elevated station was constructed at Roosevelt on the Chicago 'L' system in 1993, it was intended that there should be a direct link to the subway station below it, but this connection wasn't built until 2002?