[Carfreeliving] Will LA leapfrog San Francisco?
Cheryl.Brinkman at McKesson.com
Wed Aug 24 09:05:47 MDT 2005
Loved the Long Emergency, more for his de-bunking of the ability of any
currently available technology to replace our current fossil fuel situation
then the doomsday scenarios. Although those are fun to contemplate as well.
The image of falling down big box stores and ghost town suburbs is very
Makes me think the Amish have the right idea, the Long Emergency won't
affect them very much - I wonder if they use chemical based fertilizers or
I think the Market Street bike lanes should be in the middle, like that
proposed one for the bridge in NY - that way no buses turning across the
bike lanes, no double parking, it could even be fenced off so there would be
no worries of cars at all. You could only enter and exit the lanes at
intersections, but it would really speed things up for bikes.
From: Jason Henderson [mailto:jhenders at sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2005 10:04 PM
To: Tom Radulovich; Carfree Living
Subject: Re: [Carfreeliving] Will LA leapfrog San Francisco?
What about a bike lane on Wilshire? That would put LA
ahead of San Francisco!
I am reading "Long Emergency" by Kunstler. Anybody
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