A.R.T., Traffic Counts on Lomas, and Why we Need to Embrace “Big Data”

Catching up on our look at how traffic patterns have changed due to Albuquerque Rapid Transit (A.R.T.) construction and its, temporarily, aborted grand opening, we’ve looked at Central Avenue and Lead/Coal/Zuni. The general findings there are that driving is down significantly on Central and up only somewhat on Lead/Coal/Zuni (although if you read the comments… Read More A.R.T., Traffic Counts on Lomas, and Why we Need to Embrace “Big Data”

Is Litigation the Only Way to Stop the City From Doing This?

Fearing pretty close to the worst, I was unfortunately not surprised riding yesterday on Atrisco NW from Central Ave. to its ongoing water/road project: As readers know, the BB tendency has been to move such out-of-compliance signs and take “Before” and “After” photos. But as you see here from yesterday, that’s obviously not leading to… Read More Is Litigation the Only Way to Stop the City From Doing This?

Breadder Burque Ch. XI: Culinary Detective Coquere & Case of the Dead Fungi

“Detective, I have to warn you before you go in. This looks like a bake gone horribly wrong.” “Those brioche. They are so innocent. Like a irritatingly perky school girl: sweet, light, full of smiles. They don’t deserve to be tortured this way.” Lead investigator Pierre Culinaire looked over the top of his glasses at… Read More Breadder Burque Ch. XI: Culinary Detective Coquere & Case of the Dead Fungi

To Tell/Not to Tell & Rio Grande Blvd. Update

Update: I wrote the rant below before coming to understand Governor Lujan Grisham actually excludes “exercising” from the list of activities requiring face protection. I leave the following unchanged after learning this, as excluding exercising is a really stupid fucking idea, particularly when most “exercising” in the Bosque Path mentions below were those walking no… Read More To Tell/Not to Tell & Rio Grande Blvd. Update