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Tag Archives: dependence on automobiles
I tried to take a run to see the famous Hollywood sign. The Los Angeles infrastructure had other plans. Continue reading
Uber’s alleged “price-gouging” this weekend shows urban planners how they should think about free parking. Continue reading
Even if you’ve been following the sometimes-insane reporting on livable-streets issues in New York media for many years, two pieces this weekend probably made your jaw drop. In the Daily News, fellow Park Slope resident Joshua Greenman sings a paean to the … Continue reading
Come on, Keith, I hear you say. Why won’t you just visit Prospect Heights? When I have to go far afield, to a place like Spring Creek or Bath Beach, it’s a big affair. I set aside time. I scout. I map a route, … Continue reading
I took the D train to Bath Beach last Thursday. Because of maintenance, it ran along the N line to Coney Island, then back along its usual route. I got off at the Bay Parkway stop, the northeastern corner of … Continue reading
Frequently-asked questions – and some detailed answers – on the history of Red Hook. Continue reading