Tag Archives: Seattle

What would a truly disabled-accessible city look like?

Most metropolis are completely unfriendly to people with disabilities but with virtually one billion estimated based urban-dwellers by 2050, a few metropolitans are undergoing a remarkable shift To David Meere, a visually impaired man from Melbourne, among the various obstacles to life in municipalities is another that is less frequently discussed: fear. ” The fear … Read More

New anti-homeless building: Seattle employments bike racks to block rough sleepers

Police cleared a homeless clique before the transportation district filled the pavement with unneeded motorcycle racks a clear client of hostile building which does not address the problem, say campaigners Metropolis Cycling the city New anti-homeless structure: Seattle employments bicycle racks to block bumpy sleepers Police cleared a homeless clique before the transportation district replenished … Read More

Ofo comes to the US, to intervene in the bike-share fray in Seattle

Seattle seems like an unlikely venue for a duel between bike-sharing firms: its rainy, hilly, its tenants cant drive and another bike-share planned lately exited belly up publicly and ignominiously. But Ofo, one of various Chinese giants in the opening, is the third firm to launch in the city in a few months. Its the … Read More