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fastcompany:

In the U.S., it’s about three times cheaper on average to drive an electric car than a gas-powered one. But certain states are much more EV-friendly than others. 
The 10 Cheapest States To Drive An Electric Vehicle

fastcompany:

In the U.S., it’s about three times cheaper on average to drive an electric car than a gas-powered one. But certain states are much more EV-friendly than others.

The 10 Cheapest States To Drive An Electric Vehicle

(via smarterplanet)

— 11 months ago with 191 notes
#transit 
explore-blog:

Edward Johnston’s 1916 hand-drawn alphabet for the London Underground, the world’s first subway system, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. 

explore-blog:

Edward Johnston’s 1916 hand-drawn alphabet for the London Underground, the world’s first subway system, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year

(Source: , via explore-blog)

— 1 year ago with 219 notes
#Typography 
#transit 
#london 
wnyc:

Census figures suggest tens of thousands people FLY to work each week. Check out Transportation Nation’s interactive map of the top routes to the biggest “super commuter” cities.

wnyc:

Census figures suggest tens of thousands people FLY to work each week. Check out Transportation Nation’s interactive map of the top routes to the biggest “super commuter” cities.

— 2 years ago with 229 notes
#transit 
publicradiointernational:

Trains in Copenhagen have dedicated bicycle cars.
thegreenurbanist:


“Designing the bicycle cars was a challenge.  For the first few years cyclists and passengers had to struggle for the same tight space in front of the doors. Now there are dedicated cycle cars with flexible parking areas.”

-copenhagencyclechic.com

publicradiointernational:

Trains in Copenhagen have dedicated bicycle cars.

thegreenurbanist:

Designing the bicycle cars was a challenge.  For the first few years cyclists and passengers had to struggle for the same tight space in front of the doors. Now there are dedicated cycle cars with flexible parking areas.”

-copenhagencyclechic.com

— 2 years ago with 101 notes
#transit 

explore-blog:

Packaging tape with the NYC subway map, only the best thing ever.

Semi-relatedly, creative derivatives of the London Tube map.

(via explore-blog)

— 2 years ago with 124 notes
#maps 
#transit 
#transit maps 
#nyc