Category Archives: pedestrian

>Where to Spend the Parking Money

> Dr. Shoup argues that the best use of parking meter revenue is to spend it locally on sidewalks and the pedestrian environment to improve physical appearance and walking conditions.  With that in mind, I took a short tour to … Continue reading

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>Transit Tourism – Santa Cruz, San Jose, San Francisco

> IMG_1329Originally uploaded by infosnackhq I’ve got a new photostream of my transit tourism in California here. I haven’t used Flickr much yet so I’m still getting the hang of adding descriptions and comments.

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>Traffic Light at 7th and Virginia, Retimed for Safety

>http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&t=h&s=AARTsJr5uGQ62xJKCwtAk0TQAz-mV9QEaA&msa=0&msid=111188381960074250249.0004532e9636907d80723&ll=38.878848,-76.996404&spn=0.002923,0.00456&z=17&output=embedView Larger MapOn my way home from work for the past few years, I’ve noticed an odd signal behavior going north on 7th Street SE underneath the SE freeway. The intersections with Virginia Ave and I Streets SE are controlled … Continue reading

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