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Forget Atlanta Traffic: My Life Is So Much Better Working Close to Home

My daily world is much smaller than it used to be, and I couldn’t be happier for one reason:

Traffic.

For more than six years, I fought the 9-to-5 rush from my intown Atlanta home to my suburban job every morning (30-45 minutes) and every evening (up to 90 minutes). 426 more words

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Construction phase two begins

Maggie Jordan, ‘Doah Staff Writer
September 17, 2014

The construction is on the move again. Phase two of the Millwood Avenue Public Improvement Project began on Monday, Sept. 375 more words

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7 radikale Tipps, um Ihr gesamtes Online-Business zu EXPLOSIVEM Wachstum zu verhelfen

7 radikale Tipps, um Ihr gesamtes Online-Business zu EXPLOSIVEM Wachstum zu verhelfen & dauerhaft, strategisch zu automatisieren

Automation ist bekanntlich der „heilige Gral“ in Internet- und Informationszeitalter! 1,292 more words

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Ok, I’m going to talk a bit about cycling again but i promise it won’t be everyday. Unless of course something dramatic happens like my wheel falls off or I find out the gender of that… 290 more words

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Transit improvements promised as NYC considers Grand Central rezoning

As New York City considers another possible rezoning proposal in Midtown Manhattan, new aspects of the plan are being released by a major developer.

Transit improvements and access are going to be a required aspect of any project, says Councilmember Dan Garodnick. 43 more words

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Daily life in Bogota

The neighborhood my friends live in here in Bogota is called Modelia, and it’s in the north part of the city, near the airport. It’s not exactly a tourist destination, but it does give me the opportunity to see what day-to-day life is like here. 550 more words

Interactive Dancing Traffic Lights Make Waiting "much More Entertaining" by Beauty and Hairstyle

An interactive installation in Lisbon aims to encourage pedestrians to wait till it really is protected to cross the road by generating the visitors lights “dance” utilizing motion capture technologies (+ movie). 26 more words