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Sign reads: Tube Strike Monday and Tuesday So Why Not Cycle To Work? Photo Courtesy of: http://www.flickr.com/photos/daveograve
Disruptions in London Lead to Alternative Commutes
London’s Tube workers, including 10,000 subway drivers, station workers and engineers, are on strike as Transport for London (TfL) prepares to lay off 800 of 19,000 London Underground staff. Most of the cut positions are those of ticket office staff ...
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Friday Fun: Bicycle Portraits in South Africa
Friday Fun: Bicycle Portraits in South Africa
A project called Bicycle Portraits, developed by two South African bicycling enthusiasts, looks at biking culture in South Africa’s cities — the lack of it, as well as the stories of those who use bicycles to move about the country.  ...
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The Yes! Organic Market, part of a mixed used development project in the Fairlawn neighborhood of SE DC.
Yes! Is East of the River: A Window Into Transportation and Access in Ward 8
The first organic market to open east of the Anacostia is certainly a milestone but is it accessible? According to a press release announcing the new supermarket: “… Yes! Organic Market is committed to making fresh produce and healthy food ...
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Traffic on the streets of Mumbai. Photo courtesy of http://www.flickr.com/photos/brajeshwar/
Some Progress Made By Meter Jammers' Creative Campaign
Mumbai is a hectic metropolis infamous for its traffic chaos. The hundreds of thousands of tiny black and yellow cabs and rickshaws that criss-cross the streets have caused plenty of frustration for the city’s 14 million residents. To better tackle the ...
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Arriving at Better Road Safety Measures
Arriving at Better Road Safety Measures
In its recent infographic, GOOD magazine looks at “handful of cities around the world and how often their pedestrians are killed while attempting to traverse” some of the world’s biggest urban landscapes. However, the graphic fails to take into account ...
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What Is It About 20-Somethings and Cars?
What Is It About 20-Somethings and Cars?
American young adults are driving less, says a recent piece in AdvertisingAge.  Only 77 percent of 19-year-olds today have their license, compared to 92 percent in 1978.  And the proportion of automobile miles driven by people aged 21 to 30 ...
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