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Pedestrian Observations

For Walkability and Good Transit, and Against Boondoggles and Pollution.

  • By Alon Levy
  • Based in France
  • Roughly one post per week
  • First post on

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Jan 2023 4
Feb 2023 9
Mar 2023 8
Apr 2023 7
May 2023 8
Jun 2023 6
Jul 2023 8
Aug 2023 6
Sep 2023 7
Oct 2023 8
Nov 2023 6
Dec 2023 0

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Most recent posts

Quick Note: Anti-Green Identity Politics
In Northern Europe right now, there’s a growing backlash to perceived injury to people’s prosperity inflicted by the green movement. In Germany this is seen in campaigning this year by the opposition and even by …
On , by Alon Levy, 695 words
Curves in Fast Zones
I wrote nearly five years ago that the lowest-hanging fruit for speeding up trains are in the slowest sections. This remains true, but as I (and Devin Wilkins) turn crayon into a real proposal, it’s …
On , by Alon Levy, 833 words
Reverse- and Through-Commute Trends
I poked around some comparable data for commuting around New York for 2007 and 2019 the other day, using OnTheMap. The motivation is that I’d made two graphics of through-commutes in the region, one in …
On , by Alon Levy, 984 words