Kenmore Humidor the Minnesota anti-PRT propagandist is fond of repeating (and repeating and repeating and repeating) to people that PRT would:
...cut down half the trees on their block for an elevated structure with a clear view into their bedroom window.
And yet here is the big 1970s-era PRT guideway in Morgantown, West Virginia-- AND A TREE!
And what's this on the left in this photo? Could that be -- a dogwood?
I will allow, however, that those could be bedroom windows across the street. But of all the WVU student complaints Ovendoor lists about the PRT, none of them are about voyeurism. So it's too late to claim that now. Finally, another big PRT guideway--Raytheon's PRT 2000: Trees!
Yet more trees!
Remember though, this design is not being installed anywhere; guideways like Taxi 2000, ULTra and Vectus are smaller (despite any superficial resemblance). This exercise merely shows that trees and PRT guideways are not incompatible -- even big guideways.
Ken Avidor and his blue ox, babe