Tag Archives: Wisconsin

A dreaming planner’s “tunnel vision”


Recently I wrote  a post about the idea of developing an intermodal freight bypass of the Chicago railway bottleneck by developing container ports on both the Michigan and Wisconsin sides of Lake Michigan. That post received a lot of commentary, … Continue reading

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Are we missing a golden opportunity?


I’ve been thinking about the topic of logistics since reading the book Aerotropolis several months ago. One logistical issue that comes up on a regular basis is the congestion and delays that take place in and around Chicago. Being a … Continue reading

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State sponsored identity theft


Okay Wisconsin. Can’t think up anything innovative about your own state, so you try to steal a part of Michigan’s identity (see weblink to USA Today). At best your state resembles a fist with the pinky finger sticking out, but … Continue reading

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