“I can’t find a parking space.” …keep reading
would you use it if you had it?
This is going to become a more important question as cities grow in population and suburbs get farther away from the city center. …keep reading
“…As the critic Lewis Mumford wrote half a century ago, ““The right to have access to every building in the city by private motorcar in an age when everyone possesses such a vehicle is the right to destroy the city.””
The garage, it is a house all its own for the symbol of American freedom, the automobile. …keep reading
I live in a neighborhood where I can walk on sidewalks and walk downtown. A small community, but it is home. As I walk early in the morning, I think. If you’ve read my blog, you’ve caught on to that already. …keep reading