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Enlarge: First stop: the speedy monorails of the Retropolis Transit Authority

But most visitors will want to make their way through the city on the sleek and speedy monorails of the Retropolis Transit Authority. These iconic transports are available on a city-wide grid that offers near instant transportation from one place to another in style and in comfort.

They're the crown jewel of the Transit Authority's network. No visitor should miss them! You can find the monorail terminals in every neighborhood of the city: just scale the terminal tower by escalator, elevator, or stairway, and you'll arrive on the platform to find every route available within mere minutes.

Retropolitans are justly proud of their monorail system. No visit to the city can be considered complete without a long scenic circuit of the city on the "Green" line!

Terminal Tower tours are available on all but the most blustery days. You can scale the massive pylons and walk the rails, just as the Transit Authority engineers do, and get a view of the city that you'll never forget. Just contact the visitor information center at any of the terminals, or get your tickets from the Retropolis Travel Bureau's many kiosks throughout the cit

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Mike says:
January 2nd, 2014 at 3:29 pm

I can’t believe I’m the only one to comment on this amazing artwork. If I can’t have my flying car, at least give me my monorail.

You need to do this as a window sticker and then
surreptitiously stick them on the windows of the Toronto Transit subway cars, and on the Go train windows as well

Mike says:
January 3rd, 2014 at 3:04 pm

Siriusly, Do the background in the skylines of various cities (Toronto for me, since the ‘Schwa has an uninteresting skyline) and do a Pulp-o-mizer page for it, so visitors can generate their own window stickers.

“or those handbills so often seen on street corners in the District.”

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