Via A Fine New Guide for Transit Activists on the Human Transit blog: US transit agencies are less powerful than they appear and are often not the source of the biggest problems. Much of what they do is defined by their poverty and by the great mass of regulations and labor contracts that form the […]
Originally published over on StreetsCred: Earlier this week, a pedestrian was killed by a GRTC Pulse driver. From what I’ve heard (I’ve not and will not watch the video should it ever exist publicly), she got out of a car, attempted to cross the bus lane, but never looked for an oncoming bus. She died […]
Some folks I work with in NYC are visiting Richmond and asked me to put together a list of things to do, eat, and see while in town. Here is that list. Keep in mind that it’s for a bunch of urbanists from a real city, so, like, a lot of things that I think […]
Via Cap'n Transit Rides Again: My top two strategies to get transit built are to focus on the potential for glamorous ribbon cuttings, and to get people elected who commute by transit, and who care about transit commutes. Decision makers are not interested in cost figures for their own sake, and neither am I. I […]
Via Manton Reece This is so dang true. I've already spent so many minutes wading through intros of Apple Arcade games waiting to figure out what kind of game I'm actually playing. The best Apple Arcade games start with gameplay nearly right away, realizing they are mobile games first.
Assemble With Care is a great example of why writing and voice acting are important. It’s short puzzler with a cute story and my first Apple Arcade recommendation.