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The Vignelli subway map of the future

I had some fun editing the current Vignelli diagram to include the planned future routes of our city. Continue reading

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An analysis of my Citi Bike data from the first six months

Looking at my personal data to see how I’ve used New York’s Citi Bike system over the past six months. Continue reading

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The six situations in which I use Citi Bike

I track every single Citi Bike ride I take. I’ve determined there are six reasons I’ll hop on. Continue reading

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Mill Island, farthest neighborhood from the subway

Mill Island is an hour’s walk from the subway. So when the buses shut down, those without cars are in trouble. Continue reading

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MTA’s countdown clocks: some suggestions

The MTA’s subway countdown clocks are great – but they could be better. Here are a few thoughts to improve them. Continue reading

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The MTA’s Key Station Plan for subway accessibility

This is an expansion of an earlier post explaining my inspiration for this project. Citi Bike finally arrived on Memorial Day. More than 38,000 (and rapidly growing) annual members and an untold number of visitors now find swaths of lower Manhattan and … Continue reading

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Why I support livable streets

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

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