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Going Underground

Just a quick note to inform readers that tomorrow evening, yours truly will be boarding a flight to London, where I’ll be spending the next twelve days exploring that fair city’s transit system, neighborhoods, and pubs. I also plan on taking a few side trips via rail, most notably a day trip to Paris on […]

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If You Don’t Vote Today, Don’t Complain Tomorrow

I know I’m probably preaching to the choir, but it’s worth saying anyway: If you haven’t done so already, get out there and vote. This election features a number of races that are crucial for our long-term viability as a region, particularly in regards to mass transit. For Hamilton County Commission, we have Jim Tarbell, […]

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I’m living on the air in Cincinnati…

Just a quick note to let everybody know that this afternoon I was a guest on Travis Estell’s Explore Cincinnati program, where I discussed the Metro Cincinnati project and its connection to existing transit-related developments in the city. Click the link above for information on how to subscribe to the program on iTunes and download […]

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Coming Home

I generally save personal matters for my personal blog, but given the recent life-changing news in my life and how far up to my neck I’ve been buried in Cincinnati transit stuff for the past year, it seems particularly relevant for this blog. This past Friday we had sort of a St. Valentine’s Day Massacre […]


Progress Report

Quick update on the project: Even though I haven’t posted here or updated the site for a while, I’ve actually been spending almost every free hour over the past few weeks working on the architectural portions of the project so that I’ll have something to include in my portfolio for grad school admissions. I need […]

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Progress Report

This is a quick update to let you know what’s been happening with the project and to give you a heads-up about some new sections to the site that I’m putting together.