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In The Right Kind Of Car

Simple pleasure: Whenever I ride in a train, I think of the car I’m keeping off the street, and it feels good.

Blumenauer Seeks To End Big Government Transportation Entitlements

Republicans explain their support for big cuts to food stamps programs by saying that they want to reduce entitlement spending. Food, in their opinion, is a luxury that Americans shouldn’t be given unless they really need it. They worry that some Americans might be accepting food stamp assistance even when they retain a few thousand [...]

October 26 Stop Watching Us Protest in DC: Hop On The Bus

Are you sick and tired of the U.S. military (that’s what the NSA is) blasting through the constitution to monitor, search through and seize your private communications over internet, phone and mail? You can do something about it this Saturday October 26, when people who are upset just like you are gathering for a Rally [...]

Ukranian Cronax Personal Transportation System Provides Alternative to Segway and Hovertrax

An amazing feature of the Cronax transportation system is that it doesn’t change the appearance of the people who use it. What’s more, the Cronax can go for decades without need of repair. [...]

Driving Reality

There’s a discrepancy between how you think you look in your car and what you actually look like in your car.

Share That Bike

There’s a new, low-investment way for people who have thought about transitioning some of their transportation from car to bicycle to try it out: Bike sharing. [...]

The League Of Extraordinary Bicycles This Week In DC

On Wednesday, attendees at the National Bike Summit will hold private meetings with additional members of Congress, provide a congressional briefing and receive an official congressional reception. [...]

Will Congress Push US Airways and American On Merger?

In the past, when airline corporations have merged, quality, reliability and customer service has suffered. Flight delays and cancellations have become more common, and airline customers have been asked to pay more for less. [...]

Will You Drive To Washington D.C. To Attend The Largest Climate Rally Ever?

I encourage Americans to not participate in this “biggest climate rally in history” – not unless they live within 50 miles of the protest or can reach the protest through mass transit. [...]

Kill Your Car

Cars are doing us more harm than good.

Cars pollute the air and water. They clutter up the land with roadways and parking lots.

Cars encourage not just the burning of fossil fuels, but drilling, too, resulting in significant ecological degradation.

Cars fill our neighborhoods with noise. They slam into pedestrians and bicyclists, making it [...]

Lazy Land Rover Discovery

Here it is – the Land Rover Discovery that sits outside my son’s middle school every night, with its engine running, waiting to give a kid a ride, so that a trek of.less than a mile over the rough terrain of some sidewalks.

Sport. Hah.

Utility. Hah.