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It May Not Be Absolutely Good, But It's Pretty Darn Neat

Philosophers disagree (as usual) on whether there is anything in the world that is absolutely good. By that, I mean “good, period” or “just plain good” or “not good for any reason other than its very nature”.  516 more words


O'Neail in 2014 Campaign platform Part II: Growth & Opportunity Part I

I see several areas of concern regarding the growth of London. Past councils have had moments of greatness and foresight, but all to often have fallen to kicking the can down the road. 526 more words

New Metro North County Transit Center Coming in Fall 2015

Metro Submission:

North St. Louis County is currently one of Metro’s fastest-growing public transit markets, and today Metro and its regional partners broke ground for the new North County Transit Center. 432 more words

July 2014

One big thing Indy's still lacking: Public transit

Indianapolis has made some big strides in urban design and planning in recent years, moving away from its relatively recent past of suburban sprawl and downtown decay. 637 more words

Urban Planning

Bicyclist Boobery

           So I was called away from my home on the beautiful island of Birubegja, where common sense reigns and stupidity and political correctness is strictly forbidden, and forced to visit some city in America called Alexandria. 634 more words


Tuscaloosa Transportation Outlook - 2040

West Alabama Regional Commission’s Metropolitan Planning Organization is offering its Draft Tuscaloosa Area 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan for public comment now through August 14, 2014.   ( 120 more words

Transit and Economic Development

Paul McMorrow brings up a good point about mass transit in the Boston Globe today: plan carefully so you don’t accentuate the problems you are trying to solve. 323 more words