Drivers on Our Shared-Use Paths: A Personal Reflection

Cycling yesterday afternoon to get to a hard-to-reach cycling *“tile” near Candelaria and University, I came across a guy driving a moped (“mo” as in “motorized”) on the North Diversion Channel Trail. After asking aloud “Really?” as I passed, the moped driver turned around and chased me up the NDC for a bit. Fortunately, I… Read More Drivers on Our Shared-Use Paths: A Personal Reflection

ABQ Street Car Advertisement, 1915

In continuing to research history of Albuquerque’s electric trolley/street car 1905-1928, perhaps the biggest “aha” aside from the obvious “cars killed it” angle is the very, very non-public ownership of the street car. Above is a fairly typical ad of the street car period from the ad/newspaper-prolific George Roslington and folks from “City Electric.” “City… Read More ABQ Street Car Advertisement, 1915