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Most awesome off-label use of a pool noodle EVER.
Name that car! Taken in Gramercy Park area. Who can ID the make/model/year?
Traffic deaths are up 23% in NYC over last year. (via BREAKING: NYC Traffic Deaths Rising | Transportation Nation)
In Texas, It Will Soon Be Legal to Drive at the Wind Speed of a Category 1 Hurricane
(via Transportation Nation)
Because this involves a cat behind the wheel of a car, TN feels this reblog is entirely legitimate and within the purview of covering transportation.
Since the 1960s, auto-related emissions are down 98 percent in Los Angeles.
(via TN MOVING STORIES)
There’s some irony here.
“The collections of letters littering the trunk lids of many new cars are inherently, intentionally meaningless…They betray a bankruptcy of imagination.”
Smell-o-vision reaches buses in Seoul. Come for the serious transpo news, stay for the wacky. (via TN MOVING STORIES: New Car Fuel Efficiency Hits All-Time High, NYC Bike Share Software “Just Doesn’t Work Yet,” Miami Metrorail Reaches Airport | Transportation Nation)