Is anybody actually reading this thing? I’ve been spending a lot of time writing here, nd it would be nice to know that it’s not been a wasted effort. Certainly today’s Statesman fluff-piece was disappointing, since I’ve fallen back off the radar with Ben Wear.
Comments and suggestions encouraged, if for nothing else than to establish that this hasn’t been a waste of time.
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Yes, m1ek, someone is reading your blog. Maybe its only me! I’m also on the bike list, so I see those posts, too.
I agree the rail issue is devolving into silliness. Great blog. I enjoy it.
I have your blog syndicated on my bloglines and really enjoy your thoughtful pieces on transportation in austin….keep up the good work.
I read it, Mike. I’m glad your beating the drum and trying to inform people. Ordinarily, I’d be inclined to favor public-transit, but your posts have been an eye-opener.
You’ve obviously got an ax to grind with Mike Krusee. I’d appreciate a pointer to some background on him.
Hi. I read your blog. It’s on my bookmarks, and every so often, I check for updates. Keep up the good work!
I’ve stumbled across your blog many times, mainly via Austin Metablog. Without fail I’ve forgotten to bookmark your site, so today I’ve added you to my RSS reader.
I find the commentary you provide on public transport in Austin informing. Keep up the good work. I’ll keep visiting.
I read your site whenever an update appears in the Austin Metablog. I really enjoy your perspective on transportation issues–keep it up!
I’m reading. I really appreciate your transportation insights. While living in the Bay Area for a few years, I was forced to explore the mass transit system because I didn’t have a car. What an eye-opener. As a native Austinite, I know what people here will use and what they likely won’t. The first time I saw that CapMetro All Systems Go plan, I thought it stunk. And your critique has really helped me articulate why it’s bad to many of my friends.
Keep it up!
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When the price of bacon goes up to $6/gallon, people will switch en-masse to city buses. Until then, not so much.
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