This may seem far-fetched for southern Ontario, a region in which express train service never starts, but here's a fascinating concept of an express train that never stops:
Instead, people climb into a shuttle waiting at the station. When the train pulls in, it slides under the shuttle and picks it up, carrying it away on the roof and leaving another shuttle behind.
As a result, all the time-consuming business of getting on and off is done in advance so the train doesn't have to waste time stopping.
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