Posts tagged "public transportation"
Intercity Rail in China

Intercity Rail in China

I’ve been following general political and business developments in China for the past three years, and specifically looking at public transit infrastructure for about the last 18 months. I would be exaggerating if I said I had gained more than a superficial outsider’s understanding of either. At the moment, I still rely on English language...
Shanghai Metro Zhongshan Park Station

Shanghai Metro Zhongshan Park Station

On the China leg of a recent trip to Asia, visiting family and downtime were the orders of the day. A hop over to Tokyo for several days of running around photographing and filming some of the world’s best transit oriented development was my main course in terms of Third Place Media portfolio work, but...
Train Culture: Starting Young

Train Culture: Starting Young

I had always intended to revisit the idea initially captured in the Train Culture post from January. A little over a month ago the post kicked up a spike of momentum in social media networks and was featured on the WordPress.com homepage. The avalanche of thoughtful comments, not to mention making several new friends and...
Scene Change

Scene Change

At the Corporate Eco Forum we run an entirely virtual office. Most days, each of us works from our respective home offices. On occasion though, it helps to escape from familiar environs to physically and mentally break away from routine activities. Such was the case this week, when the three of us based in and...
Train Culture

Train Culture

For some reason, I became enamored with train travel at a very early age. One of my earliest memories is of riding the Strasburg Railroad, an antique steam engine train in southeastern Pennsylvania, with my grandparents. I returned to daycare after my first trip to Washington, DC, recounting only the experience of riding the metro,...