Buses and Trains Are OK, but Mass Transit Could Use a Few Giant Waterslides

A British city preps for a test

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Artist Luke Jerram is turning one street in Bristol, England—specifically, Park Street—into a giant waterslide for a day. Sanitary issues aside (what happens when pigeons crap in it?), the stunt is meant to raise questions about urban planning and how to avoid the high costs of traditional infrastructure.

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