Tag: transportation

Here is the city of Groningen, a place that has been built in a way to put cyclists and pedestrians first.  Amazing what this place must be like to visit. Adding it to my list!


I’ve said this before, but in case you missed it, the GE Tumblr is pretty neat.


I took particular interest in this short paragraph from Walkable City by Jeff Speck. If I had to pick one word that best describes why good public transportation is a vital part of walkable cities, it would be this: dating. When I lived in Miami in my thirties, it would have been possible for me […]

Alternative transportation suggestions at the peak of the gas and rubber shortage during WWII? Why yes, we have a pogo. What a crazy world we live in.


Paul T. Bradley rode the entire LA Metro (sans the Silver line, which is actually a bus) in one day for just $5. This paragraph below explains why this seems to be a big deal even though the Metro has been around for 23 years. The thing is, I rarely ride them. I barely touch […]