Written October 30, 2016
It’s just one word. There is no head scratching involved in it, as if someone spoke something in specialized language only a few would get. 770 more words
I know what you’re thinking: but I thought this blog encouraged good driving habits? Yes it does, but sometimes good habits can be a little too good. 1,120 more words
A Metro should never be wrapped in car ads.
On this past week, the whole front of Montréal’s Metro paper promoted Kia. All of page 2 and the back of a paper targeted at the city’s transit riders also promoted an unhealthy, lethal, inefficient and utterly unsustainable mode of transportation. 627 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Residents are concerned about a potentially major safety issue in Jersey City where people are consistently ignoring stop signs.
There’s a three-way stop at the spot where Jersey Ave intersects with York Street, there are multiple signs to warn drivers, but as CBS2’s Meg Baker reported, they just don’t seem to care. 195 more words
In some of the areas of Regina you’ll need to watch out for leafy trees obscuring stop signs. The city tends to roughly 160,000 trees, so pruning them is a lengthy job. 252 more words