Work in progress
I apologise for the slow posting here lately. I’ve been trying to gather the money to pay for rent and beer and coffee and other essentials in the most complicated way possible: putting together a business along with website, logo, state registration, functioning online store and everything else that goes along with starting an altogether new enterprise.
I hope most of you will find that endeavor quite interesting when I unveil it, though for now I’ll leave you with a teaser: I’ve concluded that what I want to do with this business was the almost inevitable outcome of an urban planner dating an anatomist. It will be interesting stuff ;-)
I’ve got lots of stuff in the works for the blog too! Here are some big things you can look forward to that are currently in progress:
- Updated frequency map reflecting the coming August service changes
- The Northern Kentucky Transit Map: this one may need some funding before it gets finished as it’s turning into a bigger project than I initially thought.
- Announcement of a very exciting bicycle-related project I’ve been keeping under my hat.
- Analysis of TANK’s stop-level ridership data (once they share it)
- A transit perspective on the Cincinnati mayor’s race and probably an endorsement
- A discussion of the relevance of anatomical metaphors applied to cities
- The City’s proposed parking lease and it’s effects on transit
- The ‘State of the Map’: Prospects for the future of an iconic Cincinnati Transit Map
- An analysis of transit operating expenses, funding sources, ridership, and other NTD statistics at the national and regional level…how Greater Cincy stacks up to other nearby and historically comparable cities
- Musings on the possibility for local freelancing in the field of urban planning
And much more!