The emphasis during transport month always seems to focus on encouraging people to get out of their cars and into public transport. This year let’s shift the conversation slightly, towards understanding the role that transport plays in the lives of people who already use public transport and how we can create prosperous transit-oriented lifestyles more generally.
Hurricane #Sandy has New Yorkers biking. But for how long?
Beyond stations, buses and turnstiles, public transport is a promise of a service to people, and as such demands that this promise is not forgotten.
[ October 24, 2012; ] The official launch of the priority public transport bus lanes in the Southern Suburbs.
What do 5 million bicycle journeys in London look like?
Has the rail operator started to turn the tide on poor and unreliable service and infrastructure?
The BBC reports on the South American city with 180km of traffic jams, Sao Paulo.
Cape Town opens the Promenade to cyclists, skateboarders and rollerbalders for one month.
Continued: Robert Bowen’s e-mail to his Dad from his time traveling in Europe
I was on this train and had to change at this place uzii – something. After a while I arrived at another rural rundown once communistically grand station. I saw an information sign and went to ask what to do next, some […]
by Robert Bowen
A few notes to my dad that explains my travel challenges as a South African
You might be wondering why you recently bought an EasyJet ticket, here’s why.
We arrived at the German border and handed in our passports. About half an hour later I was called to the front of the […]