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February 10, 2012

5 ways to make public transit 'awesome'

From train tracks as urban gardens to bus stops as art installations, check out five exciting ways cities around the world are making transit awesome now, from the Mother Nature Network's sustainability blogger.


January 6, 2011

METRO Blog: Quiet, the audience is listening!

I love going to the movies! Despite the high cost for tickets, and the ridiculous amount they charge you for concession stand items (I always bring a stash of Red Vines in my purse), I still love the whole experience of it — sitting in the dark watching the story unfold on the screen. From time to time, other things fill the theater like unwanted noise.


July 29, 2010

Suspended TriMet driver/blogger to return to work

Christensen said the point of the message was that some bicyclists are reckless and added that TriMet put no pressure on him to stop blogging, according to local news source.


August 13, 2009

Consultant launches transportation blog

Fierro, a former newspaper and magazine editor who worked as a director of public information for the Florida DOT and assistant director of public affairs for the Virginia DOT, said the blog is designed for those who work in the transportation industry.


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