Evan urbanists accept the car will always be king. That doesn’t mean we don’t need to make improvements.
Even the safest driver is far more of a safety hazard than a cyclist who breaks the law
Rochester’s new urban bike path provides transit-like connectivity for very little money
Taking Genesee Street down to 2 lanes would create a strong foundation for growth
Rochester sends a message of support for city life with a flurry of new bike lanes and cycle paths
Rochester’s College Town is an example of why “Money Islands” simply don’t work.
Why are there always more bike riders at downtown festivals? Because driving and parking is such a hassle.
Designing cities to prevent the traditional urban problems without placing blame
Cars are not the enemy of cyclists. The mindset that dismisses cycling as a lesser form of transit is.
With development beginning to take shape in Downtown Utica, serious pedestrian and cycling infrastructure concerns need to be addressed
I haven’t driven in 3 months, and in that time, I’ve learned a lot about my city, about cars and about myself.
How elements of new urban design contain elements of today’s high-end “lifestyle malls”
By ArianDavidPhotography I’ve posted a great deal about Rochester’s abandoned subway system, which consists today of just under a mile
The days of Columbus, Magellan and the great explorers of the uncharted world are long gone… now all you have
By ArianDavidPhotography Last weekend, I hopped on my bike and rode around the city of Rochester, taking photos of just