This is the final post of my Retro Postcard Series for TrIP and it features Lymmo. I’m less familiar with this service, except for seeing people accidentally turn into its designated lanes on occasion. But with all the great developments happening downtown, between the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center and Future MLS Soccer Stadium, I […]Read more "Retro Postcard Series: Lymmo"
It’s funny how people take full advantage of public transportation when they’re visiting another city but using it in our own stomping ground seems odd to many of us. I was in San Francisco this summer and rode both Muni and BART, two of their modes of transportation. There’s something to be said about being […]Read more "Retro Postcard Series: Lynx"
A few years ago, I took an Amtrak train ride from Orlando to Tampa which sparked the romanticism of train travel within me. On that trip, I picked up a booklet of retro postcards of the various Amtrak train routes. The illustrations captured the wanderlust feelings that many people experience. This, along with last month’s […]Read more "Retro Postcard Series: SunRail"
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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"
Hi Everyone, When I was offered the opportunity as an AIR I began to think about my approach to TrIP. I will be honest; I rarely use public transportation in Orlando. I don’t want to do a feel – good project or take images and tell stories about people who use public transportation on a […]Read more "September’s A.I.R. Introduction"