The carpool lane
When it comes to moving guys to the front, you take what you can get as far as Motor-T is concerned. This goes back to the days of the out-sized mythos of the “Renault Taxi de la Marne,” the 600 Paris cabs requisitioned by Gen. Joseph Gallieni in early September 1914 to move about 5,000 men from the railheads in the City of Lights to the front, some 30 miles or so to the North.
While not key to the battle, you still see troops rushing about in civy transpo from time to time. These are among a few of the more humorous.