The future of mass transit depends on it.
The future is getting better and better.
That is what Google and Microsoft are betting with their new train sets.
Google is offering two sets, the Lionel train and the LaGuardia train.
The Lionel train is a commuter train that travels between New York and Washington DC.
LaGarde trains are more traditional subway trains, and are designed to fit around longer trips.
The Lionset trains are smaller and lighter.
The LaTGV trains are designed for shorter trips.
Liz Smith, senior director of product and business development at Google, said the new trains are an improvement over the current Lakeside train set, which was the first of its kind in the US.
“We think this new set will really start to change the way people think about transit,” she said.
Google’s new trains come in four different sizes.
A Lavaliere train is the standard, Lavigne train, and LaSalle train are the most luxurious.
Both sets will be available in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Washington.
Microsoft’s Lazarus train is a train with no windows and is the most affordable, while the Nashville train will set you back $3,500.
But if you want to take a tour, Microsoft is offering the Saskatoon and Seattle traffic set as well.
For a more detailed look at the trains, the trains’ pricing, and how they compare to each other, check out the TechCrunch article below.
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