It’s going to be a rough Monday on the Washington, DC area Metro as the troubled mass transit service is forced to pull half their cars offline for safety issues.
The Latest En Route podcast from OT Contributor Dennis Sanders is all about the Interstate Highway System with guest Rob Sanders
The Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax concept seems designed to alienate virtually every side of the political spectrum. So how would it work?
President Biden announced his expected infrastructure plan, dubbed The American Jobs Plan, and the White House has released a fact sheet of what they want in the coming legislation.
The following story is meant to be humorous. Any resemblance to the Vice President or a beloved talking conveyance is purely coincidental.
Crisis reveals character, the old saying goes. Our institutions and leaders are having that exact experience right now.
The following story is meant to be humorous. The crew of Apollo 11 did not, as far as we know, have a Duty Free catalog in the Command Module.
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!” Especially the boxkickers bringing the presents, overworked and underappreciated modern
Santas they are.
Rail transit finally arrives in my Denver suburb; some first impressions.
Without investor subsidy, can Uber compete on price? If it can’t, can it survive?
Impressive as the tech is, it is important to remember that the Boston Dynamics videos are trailers for a movie that isn’t yet made.
So here are the reasons I’ve noticed that sour conservatives on trains
It’s OK to be scared by scary things. Driving in the snow is one of them.
Somethings were never meant to be.
For people who have been independent for many decades of life, the decision of when they are no longer able to drive can be very difficult. It is not just the practical side of being able to come and go, but also the mental hurdle of losing a piece of freedom and ability to control your own life.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ tradition of brining you links and music from across the web and around the world. This week: Planes, Trains, & Automobiles.
This SeaTac incident could have been a whole lot worse, and there are a bunch of questions beyond the headlines that need to be answered. Rapidly.
This year will be a crucial one for the New York-based company.