The Art of Transit

The art of transit

Photo by Falk Meinhardt, via Flickr Looks like it was a busy day in East London, South Africa, when Falk took this photo in 2008. This is also “art of transit’s” first visit to Africa. Among the continents, that means we still need to hit South America, Australia and Antarctica [continue reading]

The art of transit

Photo by Jimi Glide, via Flickr There’s a nice backstory to this photo of a man at an Atlanta bus stop — go to the link at Flickr above and give it a read. If you would like to a submit a photo or photos of something transportation-related, post them [continue reading]

The art of transit

Photo by Kevin Dooley, via Flickr Sometimes trees just know what to do, perhaps the reason that Kevin titled this photo “Zen bus stop.” As for the locale, go ahead and take a guess. I was many thousands of miles off the mark. The correct answer is after the jump. [continue reading]

Today in the art of transit

Photo by James Szypula, via his Flickr page This nice shot of a folding bike — which are great for transit commuters — comes from the port city of Yokohama, Japan. This is Japan’s second appearance in our “art of transit” series and number three will be tomorrow. Of course, [continue reading]

Today in the art of transit

Copyright 2008 Christopher Chen This is the Washington Metro, as many of you probably already guessed. A lot of the photos published online tend to focus on the station architecture with the arcing concrete. I liked how Christopher captured a hint of that in the photo but also got a [continue reading]

Today in the art of transit

Photo by dbessam, via Flickr Very nice manipulation of buildings at the Wilshire/Vermont subway station. The answer is no — there are not multi-colored pyramids there. If you would like to a submit a photo or photos of something transportation-related, post them to Metro’s Flickr group or email them to [continue reading]