Monthly Archives: May 2010

This is not your Childhood Roadkill

The Boston Globe’s Big Picture has photo essays that are well worth your time. Today’s is about animals. One of the pictures takes you to a (sad) shot of some very large roadkill. I used to commute on I-88 in … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Traffic Calming

A protest over “‘motorway levels’ of cars and lorries on a road with no pavement for pedestrians” is taking the form of a series of people standing at a pedestrian pushbutton, continuously activating it and making a call for the … Continue reading

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