These T-Level bags just keep getting better and better. And it certainly helps that they’ve teamed up with an amazing team like Macaframa. You can get it here for $229.
An interested visual project from Ben Fry showing the difference between a grid-based Boston transit map and the geographic-based map layout.
So thankful that I don’t need to jailbreak my iPhone 5 to get transit directions to open up automatically in the Google Maps app. All you have to do is ask siri to get directions “via transit”. For example, say the following while using Siri: “Get directions to Starbucks, via transit“. Siri will then ask [...]
Inside Line Equipment just announced a limited edition tan version of their Transit + MOLLE backpack for $195. The bag features a weatherproof main compartment with a rolltop enclosure and highly durable 1000D Cordura for the main chunk of the backpack. These bags are handmade in California so buy your piece of American-made goods now [...]
Streetfilms Shortie – NYC Dream: Cars vs Transit Speed from Streetfilms on Vimeo. This is kind of true in NYC depending on how far you’re going. But it would be nice if the Subways worked THIS fast.
LA Metro: Promoting Mass Transit from EMBARQ Network on Vimeo. In order to make the LA Metro more appealing to its citizens, LA decided to advertise its mass transit much like a private company would. The results are mostly good as ridership has increased and so has public perception of LA Metro.