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Commuting level? Badass! Scariest public transit rides of the world

For all those lucky enough to work from home, you’ll no doubt enjoy this collection of images from some of the world’s scariest public transit systems. For those still commuting to work, we feel your pain. But take pleasure knowing you’ll never have to take a subway 346 feet below the street or dangle in a cable car 3,000 miles above sea level (whaaat?) to get to the office. From the busiest station in the world (Tokyo’s Shinjuku Station) to the most vertigo-inducing monorail of Germany, it really is amazing to see just how much some people will endure to get to the office on time.

Via Wired

Kiev Metro, Ukraine
Kiev Metro, Ukraine
Shinjuku, Japan
Shinjuku, Japan
Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto, Japan
Mérida, Venezuela
Mérida, Venezuela

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