October 9, 2014

Dress like a leader and break every road rule.

I know in Denmark and the Netherlands the sight of cyclists breaking road rules can be taken as a sign that the traffic engineering still has a few holes. Yes, but in nations like Australia and […]
October 9, 2014

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I have moved this post to an unlinked location on my web site. If you have come looking for my invitation to a fair and transparent advertising opportunity, please email me for the new link. My […]
October 8, 2014

Do civic realms matter?

“People Don’t need piazzas. They’re at home watching television.” — Robert Venturi   I have lived in Launceston Tasmania for two years now. It has been a great experiment in self-deprecation. Does a person need a […]
October 7, 2014

The automotive industry or Isis? Which is more likely to kill you?

I haven’t watched any of those beheading clips, and refuse to while ever photos of mutilated car crash victims aren’t likewise spread on the web. The greatest terrorist threat to the world isn’t Isis, but Volkswagen, Toyota, Daimler, General Motors, Ford, Nissan, […]
October 6, 2014

The salt-flat experiment: a case for 15km car-free urban growth boundaries

Since no one has the means of conducting this experiment, I will ask you to use your imagination. You (my reader) and I (Dr. Behooving) are standing at two randomly selected points on a vast plane, […]