Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’

Riding High

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Plane Love from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Schwinn Style along the Connective Corridor

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
May is National Bike Month

May is National Bike Month

The Banana-Colored, Optimism-Powered Urban Gredunza

Sunday, March 13th, 2016
Mike Heagerty pilots the Little Yellow Fellow on S. Salina Street

Mike Heagerty piloted the Syracuse Bar Cycle (aka The Little Yellow Fellow) down S. Salina Street yesterday.

Get ready to see a lot more of this vehicle roaming downtown streets. Could OnTrack’s revival be next?

Dubious Achievement (or just when did we become Detroit)

Friday, November 20th, 2015

We saw this article by Alana Semuels, which talks about how Syracuse is gaining a national reputation for poverty. On a more positive note, the article contained some great vintage photography by Richard Breland, and recognized the historic achievement of Manny Breland.

Street Ecosystems

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015
Dr. Tarek Rakha spoke at the Green Buildings and Urban Environment Forum on Tuesday.

Dr. Tarek Rakha spoke at the Green Buildings and Urban Environment Forum on Tuesday.

Capture the Cuse (XLIII)

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
Orange Whip (Washington Street)

Orange Whip (Washington Street)

Conceptual Metaphor (VIII)

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
“Our lives are heavily shaped by two points of geography: where we live and where we work. Those locations determine how long we spend commuting, how we plan our errands, where and with whom we socialize…” Washington Post

Green Mile

Friday, July 3rd, 2015
Green methacrylate bike lanes.

Bike lanes along the Connective Corridor.

To all the bikers out there, happy trails: For Phase 2 and 3 of the Connective Corridor project, nearly one mile (5200 feet) of green methacrylate bike lanes were installed.

(Source: Connective Corridor Construction Team)

Trackback (continued)

Monday, June 1st, 2015
Cool with a Red Cap

Cool with a Red Cap


Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Somewhere in South Central PA