Get ready to see a lot more of this vehicle roaming downtown streets. Could OnTrack’s revival be next?
Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’
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.
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)
We recently heard a talk by David Ashcraft and couldn’t help thinking how much it applied to the I81 Challenge we are facing here in Syracuse. Ashcraft pointed out that when it comes to crucial conversations we must be aware that:
- Opinions Vary
- The Stakes are High
- Emotions are strong.
As the various constituencies and groups continue to debate what is the best use of the thorofare, we hope they remember to ask critical questions, such as what do we want for ourselves, for others, and for the city as a whole?
This kind of constructive dialogue must continue as the city matures into the 21st century.