From rickshaws to mini golf carts, methods of transportation have evolved above and beyond ground travel. One century later, airplanes send passengers soaring through skies and ships carry cargo over the four oceans on a daily basis. Although alien to Los Angeles, New York’s subway and taxi systems bustle with business. Used American school buses become chicken buses in Central America, while Indians ride elephants and Middle Eastern folks ride camels halfway across the globe. This network of transit seems to know no limitations.