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C'mon N' Ride It: A Tweetup Test Ride for Johannesburg’s High Speed Rail
C’mon N’ Ride It: A Tweetup Test Ride for Johannesburg’s High Speed Rail
South African transportation officials are taking advantage of social media to build buzz around the new Gautrain Rapid Rail Link being built in the Johannesburg metro region. About 200 Twitter followers and more than 2,700 Facebook fans were invited for ...
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Before You Forget Snowmageddon…
Before You Forget Snowmageddon…
Now that spring is almost here, Snowmageddon and Snoverkill – and all the challenges they posed to pedestrians and transit users – are but a distant memory for many. But let’s not let the opportunity to learn from this winter’s ...
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D.C. Cyclists Will Enjoy New Bike Lanes by Spring
D.C. Cyclists Will Enjoy New Bike Lanes by Spring
Last night, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) shared its proposals for new bike lanes in downtown D.C. Protected cycle lanes are planned for Pennsylvania Avenue as well as 9th, 15th, I and L Streets. Greater Greater Washington posted a ...
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TheCityFix Picks, March 19: High-level Support for Biking and Walking in U.S., Controversial School Bus Ads, Living Ikea Ads in Paris Metro
TheCityFix Picks, March 19: High-level Support for Biking and Walking in U.S., Controversial School Bus Ads, Living Ikea Ads in Paris Metro
Welcome back to TheCityFix Picks, our series highlighting the newsy and noteworthy of the past week. Each Friday, we’ll run down the headlines falling under TheCityFix’s five themes: mobility, quality of life, environment, public space, and technology and innovation. Mobility ...
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Changing Demographics, Changing Travel Patterns in the D.C. Metro Area
Changing Demographics, Changing Travel Patterns in the D.C. Metro Area
The D.C. area’s young population is traveling less, older residents are traveling more, and more people are taking transit and walking. That was the message at yesterday’s Transportation Planning Board (TPB) meeting. The TPB is the federally designated Metropolitan Planning ...
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Time to Dust Off Your Bike!
Time to Dust Off Your Bike!
If your bike has been buried under a pile of snow for the past couple months, or locked away in a closet, it’s time to take it out. Warm weather is here, and so are a couple important bike-related events: ...
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