Milton keynes — It was my first — and, as of this writing, only — visit to the town of Milton Keynes, one of a handful of ‘new towns’ created during the 1960s in an effort to relieve housing congestion in London. I was looking forward to visiting Milton Keynes to see what a designed city might look like in England; the US, especially around Miami, where I spent most of my life until a few years ago, is almost en...
Benfleet — It’s been a long weekend of time spent with the extended family (on my mum’s side). A mixture of birthday and anniversary celebrations, stretching from Friday through to this evening. I’ve left early...
Campogalliano — There is something so fulfilling about train rides. Because there is no steering or pedaling involved, I can recline, rest my feet, plan my day, map out my appointments, and catch up on reading with a...
Gallup — Wanna know a secret? I blew this thing up in the middle of the road, gauges and all. An explosion of oil, pistons, rods and a layer of grime amassed by years of mechanical labor. There was the phone c...
My phone works down here. Only in downtown stations.
Redbridge Radio Cars
If on a Winter's Night a Traveler
More rail coming our way
Coffee, bikes, & backpacks at the bus stop. #mylacommute #metrolosangeles
Riding buses in LA. Shields installed to protect operators; cameras added to deter crimes.
First time in Pittsburgh and arriving downtown via 28X bus
New fares. Cash is not king. #metrolosangeles
"I have no idea what these gauges actually do."
Traveling in twos
Walk your bike
Morning traffic on Sunset Boulevard
Inaugural LA Explorers Club ride
Chariots of fire
Standing above the 210 freeway at the Sierra Madre Villa station.
Aboard the Dodger Stadium Express to the game
Mean streets of SoHo
There is something so fulfilling about train rides.
Milton Keynes station: Gateway to a Stepford world; Apocalyptic.
That new bus smell.
Who needs four wheels when you can roll with one? #bikeLA
Waiting for the 18:52 at Benfleet.