See more architecture and design movies at dezeen.com/movies Paul Priestman explains the concept for high-speed trains that would transfer passengers to local services while still moving, instead of stopping at stations. By avoiding time-consuming stops, the Moving Platforms concept would allow faster long-distance journey times. Trams and local trains would dock alongside the high-speed trains while still in motion, allowing passengers to walk between the two services.
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Some of the world’s most recognizable symbols exist to sell products. Others, to steer traffic or advance political causes. But there’s one whose main purpose is to help people. You may know it as the wheelchair symbol, but its formal title is the International Symbol of Access. But what does the symbol actually mean? And what is its purpose? Adrian Treharne explains.