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Steve Hymon

Our comment board is open

Thanks to reader input, we’ve opened The Source to reader comments. From a tech point-of-view, it appears everything is working okay, but please email us if you’re having any trouble leaving a comment. I also went back and opened the comment board on a few recent posts, including posts on [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Greg Raisman, via Flickr Nope, that’s not our Hollywood. That’s the Hollywood part of Portland, Oregon, the city with some serious cycling credentials. The cyclist is in a “bike box,” which the city has installed in several locations to try to eliminate collisions between cyclists and vehicles that [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Chris Jongkind, via his Flickr photostream These two shots are of the Shinagawa rail station in Tokyo. I posted both to contrast the wide and more narrow points of view, as well as the views of the station by day and by night. Chris has a net set [continue reading]

Could this happen here?

I was in San Francisco recently wandering around the Duboce Triangle neighborhood west of downtown. One of the Muni’s light rail lines runs through the area and I couldn’t help but notice that within a two-block stretch it hit what would likely be the perfect trifecta of controversy here in [continue reading]

The art of transit

photo by Darrell Clarke Check it out! A local photograph for our “art of transit” series. The recently taken image above shows the under-construction Expo Line tracks looking north to their junction with the existing Blue Line tracks at the intersection of Washington and Flower in downtown L.A. Darrell has [continue reading]