Tag Archives: mass transit

Older Driver Safety

One of the disadvantages of living in a rural area, is the lack of mass transit.  In my region, there are no light rail systems nor regular bus services between towns. In order to personally conduct business or to visit … Continue reading

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San Francisco’s Grip Cars Go

The little transit vehicles are the last manually operated mechanical cable cars in the World. The grip cars, in San Francisco, were also the very first horseless mass conveyances. The history of mass transit begins its conception by a French … Continue reading

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Less Driving, More Happiness?

I will preface this post by mentioning that I never envisioned writing something like this until now. It almost feels like I’m comitting a taboo just by tapping these words into the interwebs.  I’m a guy who loves to drive … Continue reading

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