TrIP Biennale Day 12: Can you give me a lift? by Brittany Metz & Patricia Lois Nuss

Brittany Metz and Patricia Lois Nuss are artists and educators working predominantly in the Central Florida area. Metz is a mixed media installation artist most recently experimenting with video and alternative photography, while Nuss is a photographer experienced in traditional and alternative photographic processes. TrIP provided an excellent opportunity for a collaboration that was in […]

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TrIP Biennale Day 7: instance |ˈinstəns|- noun 1 an example or single occurrence of something by Ivan Riascos

| By Ivan Riascos | For my entry in the TrIP Biennale, I took several different buses, but as always I ended up at the Orlando International Airport.  I realize TrIP is about the trains, buses, walking, and cycling in the Central Florida region, but one of the main arteries for people to come into this […]

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Please pardon my break from our regularly scheduled programming #nopunintended by David Moran

  You may be wondering what in the world happened to the TrIP blog. Aren’t we suppose to be pushing out a new post every day this month?!? You are right. Unfortunately, we had a little set back when I unexpectedly broke my arm (and my laptop) this past Saturday while riding my bike (and wearing […]

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TrIP Biennale Day 5: Don’t Hush That Fuss – Everybody Talk About the Bus by Leslie Wolcott

| By Leslie Wolcott | I talk about transportation and transit a lot. So much that I’ve recently joined Metroplan Orlando’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. But, I haven’t actually ridden the bus that much. My husband rides more than me, so on November 4 I set out with him to go from home to UCF […]

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