Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “public transit”
🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Public Transportation – Design Goodiness'
Enilda is great, and I appreciate her thoughts here. link to ‘Public Transportation – Design Goodiness’
🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'A tradition ends: Paris says goodbye to iconic paper Metro tickets'
Love the paper tickets, and this makes me sad. link to ‘A tradition ends: Paris says goodbye to iconic paper Metro tickets’
distant villages turned metro stops
Twelve years ago, I spent a summer in Geneva completing an internship at the NGO Geneva Call ( « Appel de Genève » ). Being the bookworm that I am, I naturally grabbed a few books to bring with me. I know that I read through Eric Raymond’s The Cathedral and the Bazaar that summer—I had just started using Ubuntu and was wildly (over)optimistic about the ideals of open source.
🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'America Aspires to One Day in the Far Future Build Rail Service Worse Than It Was in the 1940s'
Wild article. We once knew how to do trains, so why can’t we figure it out better now? link to ‘America Aspires to One Day in the Far Future Build Rail Service Worse Than It Was in the 1940s’
découverte de deux chaînes YouTube
Ça fait quelques années que mon frère regarde la chaîne YouTube Not Just Bikes, qui parle des vélos, des transports publics, et de l’infrastructure qui les soutient (où pas). Il m’en parle assez souvent, mais ce n’est que récemment que j’ai enfin décidé de regarder quelques vidéos. Vu mon amour pour les sujets abordés dans les vidéos (les vélos, les transports publics, l’Europe), ça m’étonne que je n’ai pas découvert cette chaîne avant.
🔗 linkblog: just finished 'What does it cost Lexington KY drivers to wait in traffic? | Lexington Herald Leader'
Yes for more transportation funding, but not if it’s all going to cars. link to ‘What does it cost Lexington KY drivers to wait in traffic? | Lexington Herald Leader’
🔗 linkblog: just finished 'Fayette schools considers spending $440,00 for outside drivers | Lexington Herald Leader'
School buses are the most common form of public transit around here, and we still can’t do that right. link to ‘Fayette schools considers spending $440,00 for outside drivers | Lexington Herald Leader’
🔗 linkblog: just read 'Public transportation can save the world — if we let it'
Public transit forever. Lexington is considering BRT, and I’m really hoping it comes through. Would give me some more commuting options. link to ‘Public transportation can save the world — if we let it’