Posts Tagged ‘transportation’

Flickr photo by JonoTakesPhotos Yesterday as I was leaving my house, I was held up from turning on feeder road near my house by a man in an electric scooter passing by. He was “driving” in the road. Several cars were lining up behind him as they waited for an opportunity to pass him on […]


Flickr photo by JonoTakesPhotos Yesterday as I was leaving my house, I was held up from turning on feeder road near my house by a man in an electric scooter passing by. He was “driving” in the road. Several cars were lining up behind him as they waited for an opportunity to pass him on […]


Flickr photo by JonoTakesPhotos Yesterday as I was leaving my house, I was held up from turning on feeder road near my house by a man in an electric scooter passing by. He was “driving” in the road. Several cars were lining up behind him as they waited for an opportunity to pass him on […]


My last few posts have been related to transportation in communities. There seems to be a lot of stories in the news that have me reflecting on this. A recent story on NPR’s Morning Edition reported on care features that make it easier for older people to remain in the drivers seat long into thier […]


An article was recently published in Atlantic Cities showing that over time cyclists and pedestrians spend more at local businesses because they visit the businesses more frequently than drivers. The data and graphs supports effort to make communities more pedestrian and bike friendly. This quote about Portland, Oregon really struck me as I think about […]