Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan - This intersection is arguably one of the world's busiest - it also has a setting that I like to call "shuffle": all traffic stops and the intersection becomes pedestrian-only, so everyone starts walking every which way.
Queens Plaza, the street approaching the Queensboro Bridge, was transformed from a concrete, auto-centric wasteland into an 'urban green machine' in 2011. The department of transportation added a two way protected bike lane, ample pedestrian space and a greenspace for stormwater protection. Image by Margie Ruddick.
Railway interest: a George II silver mug, by Robert Albin Cox, London 1758, baluster form, leaf capped scroll handle, on a circular foot, later embossed with a tavern scene, within foliate scroll decoration, inscribed ' Presented to Mr John Pountain by the servants in the Passengers' Traffic Department at the Brighton Station as a token of esteem respect',
hat we were warning: PIVE many plans to Old Country Classic Cars the Spanish fleet and many new rules on ITV and the like were nothing more than announcing the measures declared to old cars by the Traffic Department war.
In May 2013, the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) unveiled the first phase of its citywide wayfinding system. The project, designed by PentaCityGroup (PCG), is a benchmark for other global cities. In its first phase, the map-based information system takes to New York City streets, both as a network of street signs, guiding pedestrians between and around neighborhoods, and at every CitiBike station, helping riders using New York’s new bike share program to plan their…