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Day 4 - New York City

Today was very special because we (Diane, me, and Ruth) rode a train from New Haven, CT all the way to Grand Central Station in New York City. 1,964 more words


Things I was wrong about

The delay in my posting is sufficient enough that there isn’t even much to say about it. However, this period of time has further established certain trends which to observers more savvy than I were obvious years ago, and an update to the perspectives in my previous posts is sorely needed. 1,077 more words


Boston deserves 24/7 public transit

Why the Boston area deserves 24/7 mass transit

1. Will encourage people from further outside the city to use commuter rail to come into Boston and spread and express their own ideas and opinions… 220 more words

Urban Developers Making Full Use of Space by Removing Parking lots

Bad news for car owners: Developers in more U.S. cities are reducing the amount of parking spaces included in new projects as local authorities seek to encourage the use of mass transit and free up space for parks, housing or other uses. 351 more words

Urban Mobility

No City Left Behind: How Atlanta's Success Raises Concerns for the Region

Atlanta is experiencing an urban renaissance not seen since the 1940’s. Its skyline has become dominated by construction cranes; their shadows weave across streets that, once empty, are now flooded with people. 774 more words


The Tube at rush hour

“Ode To The Underground”

‘Mind The Gap’ forces ears to contract,
open expectant eyes,
averted gazes,
privacy bubbles pressed,
squashed flat, mouths move
tasting aromas, heated… 56 more words


350-Mile Range Electric Bus

Yesterday, American EV manufacturer Proterra debuted its Catalyst E2 series, complete with nominal range of between 194 and 350 miles, meaning it could serve almost every US mass transit route on a single charge. 132 more words

Electric Vehicle