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In my third posting as an AIR, I have decided to list good and bad deeds I have witnessed while riding the bus system as another phase of my TrIP experiences. *Good deeds Bus 436 N-Southbound: A man gave up his seat so a single woman, her four kids, and her mom could sit together. […]Read more "Third Posting for TrIP by Ivan Riascos"
The first thing I notice boarding a Lynx bus on Saturday, September 6 is how dark it is on the inside, no matter how bright it is outside. The only figure I can see inside is the driver. It’s like looking into a black box as the bus slows down to pick me up, but […]Read more "Tinted Windows by AIR Ivan Riascos"
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At the end of my last post, I mentioned a bunch of tech-y stuff that I want to elaborate on a bit now. First, some definitions for the non-geek readers: GTFS: General Transit Feed Specification – created by Google to standardize how public transportation schedules and associated geographic information is represented. Read more GitHub: A website […]Read more "TrIP AiR: GTFS Visualization by Nathan Selikoff"
This is my second post as TrIP’s first AiR (Artist in Residence). Last week I wrote about my first trip of this residency, which was not super successful from an efficiency standpoint, partially due to me missing the first bus I was trying to take. One of my goals after that first trip was to […]Read more "TrIP AiR: Transportation Anxiety by Nathan Selikoff"