Monthly Archives: July 2011

Emerging from our metal eggs


While bike commuting this week I have noticed of how many vehicles have only one person in them – the driver. At best ten percent had one or more passengers. With years of discussion of high gasoline prices, global warming, the benefits of walking and biking, increased … Continue reading

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They just do not get it…


Monday’s local newspaper ran a lead editorial that supported the concept of a bike parking ordinance but not its adoption at the present time for the City of Lansing. The editorial staff felt the decision should be left up to individual … Continue reading

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It’s time to go on a national road diet


It seems like every other week there is some new trendy diet being promoted on cable or in periodicals. Well…in the world of planning, road diets are currently in vogue. Generally, a road diet means reducing the number of lanes … Continue reading

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