How can daily random acts of kindness shift the culture and respect on South Africa’s streets?
Although the culture, spirit and preferences of each city and its habitants are very different, there may still be great value in sharing and implementing translatable ideas between two cities. London may not be able to compete with Cape Town’s weather and scenery, but we’ve narrowed down a list of five great aspects of London that could work just as well in the Mother City.
Recently released public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive reveals the IRT Third Avenue Line, commonly known as the Third Avenue El. An elevated railway in Manhattan and the Bronx, New York City, With first segments of the line opened in Manhattan in 1878 and closed completely after the 1960s, watch this video and take a trip down memory lane.
“Paris is on the verge of a massive transportation upgrade, largely for the benefit of its long-neglected suburbs. The Boulevard Périphérique is currently a physical and psychological border between two unequal worlds….Reaching education and employment centers is extremely difficult for many suburban residents. They often face longer commute times to the center than those from provincial cities linked by high-speed rail. As central Paris becomes a playground for the well-to-do, suburbanites remain marginalized.”
Could Bellville become Cape Town’s next improvement district success story, or are there too many challenges? Read our five reasons why this plan has the potential to succeed and five weaknesses that might prevent it.
Over the course of 24 hours, Schema Design visualizes the public transportation ridership in San Francisco.
With just a over 24 hours to walk about Munich, Rashiq Fataar, captures some of the bicycles, cyclists and cycle lanes on the streets of Munich.