So I open my Google News this morning and this headline catches my eye. Matt Reed: It’s time to let cyclists join traffic on Pineda Causeway I don’t think I... Read More
You can help support public transportation by joining IM4Transit, a campaign sponsored by Florida’s 30 transit agencies to build a community of at least 100,000 transit supporters.
Just the other day as I was grocery shopping, I was thinking how cool it would be if I could use my cargo trailer as a grocery cart. Len Rubin had the same thought, and more. Check out this ingenious thing.
I want one!
The article, Little. Yellow. Dangerous. “Children at Play” signs imperil our kids discusses the reasons such warning signs are ineffective. Unfortunately, Children at Play signs are subject to the usual shallow politics that governs decisions about neighborhood signage.
Via The Daily City Rollins student Brendan O’Connor is bringing attention to public transportation and the need for seating at bus stops across the city with his... Read More
Mark your calendar for Sunday May 29, 2011 In continuing CommuteOrlando’s celebration of National Bike Month, let’s rally the gang once more for Bike n... Read More
Traffic flow is dynamic. It often has different characteristics at different times of day. It is also influenced by road design as well as upstream and downstream interchanges. Once you understand these influences, you can predict and exploit these patterns for easy travel through complex situations.
Enjoy the video of yesterday’s Mayor’s Bike To Work Day, led by Orlando’s Buddy Dyer from Infusion Tea in College Park, through downtown, to City Hall.