Author Archive | Bill Lindeke

Chart of the Day: Lyft/Uber vs. DUIs (in S.F.)

This is information from San Francisco charting the implementation of the alternative taxi services with DUI rates. Something to think about when pondering similar changes in cities across the country. [via Washington Post.] is a non-profit and is volunteer run. We rely on your support to keep the servers running. If you value what you […]

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Charts of the Day: Bicycling, Income, and Ethnicity

These two charts come from the US Census (ACS data), via this nice little post over at Vox. Two hopefully un-surprising facts: poor people are most likely to bike and walk, and per capita, bicycling is most popular with Latinos. (Of course, Minnesota-specific data would look a lot different than this…) is a […]

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Three More Green Line Station Gripes

On the most recent podcast, I interviewed fellow writer David Levinson about transit and transportation while we rode the Green Line westward from end to end.   Of course we had a fascination discussion all about the LRT and its costs, its foibles, and ways to improve it. (It’s also worth mentioning that […]

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