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  • Personal Narrative: A Memorable Journey

    A Memorable Journey I am barely able to drag my exhausted body and hardly lift my baggage heading towards the exit of the airport. After a lengthy stood waiting, in the dim light, I finally get on the bus drives me home. During the overnight bus ride, all the details of the journey are still echoing and these memories remain sharply engraved on my mind. Even I staring at the view that vanished in an instant out of the window, it reminds me the splendid lights which I saw in my journey. Within…

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  • Seatbelt Safety

    that might occur due to our ignorance of incorporating seat belts in our public transportation system? Or is it the responsibility of the government to do that? Seat belts are the undisputed lifesavers when it comes to hitting the road. Automobiles and even gigantic airplanes are required to provide seat belts for protection. Somewhere in this industry, however, seat belts are undermined for their value. This happens in the public transportation system. Needless to say, people do enjoy the…

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  • Horror Essay: Halloween Horror: The Horror Of Halloween

    Halloween Horror It was a dark, windy evening with a full moon on Lincoln Street. Many peoples ' houses were terrified. They decorate their house with orange pumpkins, dark skeleton, fake dead bodies and blood on the stairs, legs that was cut, and many creepy witches. The house very fabulous. As I walk down the street I saw Jimmy and Charlie. Jimmy was dressed as a clown. Charlie was dressed as a cat with some fake color blood. Jimmy and Charlie were staring at me. Hahahaha! They…

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  • Valley Metro Case Study

    I took a slightly different approach and decided to evaluate Valley Metro’s bus system. I choose the public transportation because I use it on a regular basis and have become very familiar with the way operate and I had easy access to it. Every since the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Federal Rehabilitation Act passed in 1973 Valley Metro has been dedicated to provide a transportation service that is contented and suitable for everyone. Valley Metro buses comply with the ADA…

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  • Bread And Roses Analysis

    What is oppression? According to the dictionary, oppression is prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control. What is freedom? Freedom is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. In the books, Bread and Roses by Bruce Watson and The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women who started it by Jo Ann Gibson Robinson oppression and freedom are tackled in different ways. In the book Bread and Roses oppression is described in the ways the mill workers are…

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  • Elizabeth Morbert The Sixth Extinction Analysis

    In the novel “The Sixth Extinction” by Elizabeth Kolbert, humans are destroying the world by burning fossil fuels, polluting oceans, rivers, lakes, and the air but, is it really the individuals human 's fault or is it corporations caring too much of profit that they will do anything to make an extra pennie? How many times have you heard about oil spills? Personally I have lost count of the ever increasing number of oil spills. Deforestation is also caused caused by corporate greed acording to…

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  • Urban Observation Report

    Instead, they come to embody the notion of leading increasingly separate yet parallel lives. Furthermore, difference matters in the places and spaces of the contemporary Los Angeles region and the kinds of interaction that occur in micro-spaces. Public…

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  • Auto Repair Warranty

    a vehicle. Even if the vehicle is not available for a day due to various reasons, people find it extremely difficult to commute to their work place and back. Especially if you are used to cars, you will find it next to impossible to use public modes of transport even for a few days. It is therefore very essential to maintain your car. Car maintenance does not come cheap, though. In case of repairs, you will have to shell out a huge amount of money depending on the parts that have to be…

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  • Smart Transportation System Analysis

    transportation system helps travelers to reduce travel times, delay, and the stress of travel so that benefit the whole transportation sector to reduce energy consumption and emission (Adler & Blue, 1998). 6.1 Real-time Transport Service Information System This real-time transport service information system is a strategy corresponding to the real-time traffic information system. In this scenario, ravelers…

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  • How Did The First Transcontinental Railroad Affect Westward Expansion

    Railroad development was paramount in shaping westward expansion and urban growth from 1860 to 1890. Conversely, rapid growth of cities in eastern America eventually led to overproduction of railways based on privatized industry and government subsidies. This symbiotic relationship fueled industrialization and rapid economic recovery for a country so desperately in need. In 1860 railroads hardly expanded further west than St. Louis. Many Americans believed the west to be comprised of nothing…

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