Transportation in Santa Clara

The people of Santa Clara move about at a slower rhythm than most large towns. They walk or ride bicycles that can be left in small parking places in individual houses or they recur to bici-taxis or horse drawn carriages for longer distances or when their hands are full. A special train takes students to the university. Of course, taxis and private automobiles exist. However, the feeling is that of people in the streets….a lively mood.

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