In a previous post, I wrote about transit as a compromise. In that post, I pointed out that passengers on board a bus and passengers waiting for a bus have very different attitudes about how the bus should move, even though the same person will experience both sides of that coin on any bus trip.
Category Archives: Manual Transportation
I’m going to take a minute to discuss one of my favourite modes of transportation: the canoe. While the canoe may not be the subject of any of my research, or one of the factors in any of my mathematical equations, it’s still a very important method of transportation, and it formed the backbone of Canadian exploration
I think it’s time I did a post on pedestrians. I consider walking the “fundamental unit of transportation” for human beings; no matter what other mode of transportation we use, it almost always involves some amount of walking. We have been walking for thousands of years, and despite what Disney/Pixar might think, I don’t think we’re