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Waiting Number 7

Number 7 in a series of people waiting.


Two magical views of the Brooklyn Bridge at night

What’s more inspiring than an old color postcard of the Brooklyn Bridge?

An old color postcard of this “eighth wonder of the world,” as it was called on its opening day in May 1883, at night—with the city skyline and the lights of the bridge casting an enchanting glow across the East River. 126 more words

Lower Manhattan

NYTIP: extending the nyc subway, part 3: utica avenue

Welcome back to my ongoing NYTIP series! In my last post, I discussed the Concourse line and 6 line extensions to Co-op City. In this post, I’ll discuss the Utica Avenue subway. 1,060 more words


Uber vs. Car, Taxi or Transit?

There is demand, there is supply, and then there is Uber, connecting the two like never before. While on one hand, Uber provides accessible and affordable mobility, its influence on individual’s decision making has potential consequences on car ownership, driver jobs and transit ridership. 1,010 more words

Moving People

In Transit

The theme for #30DaysOfSummerWritingChallenge is ‘At the Station.’ Regular readers of Sojourning Smith will be familiar with my distaste for airport departure lounges. I have taken trains and buses a fair amount over a lifetime, and become infatuated with ferry terminals at times. 296 more words

Poems By Bee Smith

Transit projects in Kawartha Lakes, Cobourg, Port Hope get provincial investment

The province on Friday announced $790,000 and $500,000, respectively, for transit projects in the City of Kawartha Lakes and the towns of Cobourg and Port Hope. 704 more words