Self-driving cars will bring huge changes to the structure of American cities, American mobility, consumer culture, and road safety–but how much of the hype is fact and how much is fiction?
Until recently, one of the (many) jobs I held was that of a construction worker, specifically installing shelves in libraries. It was not a very fun or rewarding job (as you can imagine) but it did give me the opportunity to see a lot of different areas in the Atlanta region, from up in Alpharetta […]Read more "“Building for the Future,” One Library At A Time"
In an attempt to market to Millennials, MARTA’s on Instagram. To find out if it’s working, I sat down with MARTA’s marketing team and the photographer shooting-and living-their marketing campaign.Read more "The Man Behind MARTA’s Lens"
What I originally scheduled as just an hour-long interview turned into an afternoon-long adventure in environmental justice, urban agriculture, and gentrification through the West End.Read more "The Roots Run Deep, Down In The West End"
With MARTA coming to Clayton County, how does walkability there compare to Midtown Atlanta’s “walkers’ paradise,” and what does that mean for the future of our suburban cities?Read more "A Stroll In Midtown, A Struggle In Morrow"