Tag Archives: vistas

The love of observing clouds

But, not just any clouds, mind you. The clouds this blogger loves to watch and appreciate the most are those of the American Southwest, particularly of the High Desert regions of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Somehow, someway they … Continue reading

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Ten planning lessons from Colorado’s Front Range

Below is my list of ten planning lessons learned from┬ámultiple visits to Colorado’s Front Range in the past 18 months. Some are positive, some are not. They are presented in no particular order of preference. Cheers! A large, auto-centric city … Continue reading

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Explaining the “WOW” factor!

Recently, I noted in a post about mass transit rail versus buses on rustwire.com, that bus rapid transit (BRT) does not have the “WOW” factor of a light rail transit (LRT), commuter rail, subways, or a modern streetcar system. At … Continue reading

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