th0m over at Columbus Underground posted up this image he created of what a tube system map would look like in Columbus. While I think a subway system would be about the worst idea for Columbus right now, I think this wouldn’t be too bad for a light-rail map.
Posts from ‘October, 2007’
Because this is probably the best T-Shirt I’ve seen all year: You can buy your own right here.
The Launch of Merion Village Oct 29th, 2007 by Jeff Walker Evans and I had a conversation about neighborhoods earlier in the year. We chatted about what’s going well with Columbus neighborhoods and what could be better. We talked about neighborhood involvement. How to get discussion started and how to keep people talking. Walker suggested [...]
PRESS RELEASE Columbus Announced as Indie Art Capital of the World For Immediate Release: Monday, October 29, 2007 Contact: Mike Reed, 614-348-9800, or Daniel Fox, 614-746-0333 COLUMBUS, Ohio — The title of “Indie Art Capital of the World” was announced and awarded to the City of Columbus last Tuesday, October 23rd. This announcement marks the [...]
Columbusite has posted his Letter to the Editor on his blog discussing the same problem with highway spending I mentioned the other day. I also submitted my entry as a Letter to the Editor as well. It’s always great to see strength in numbers in this sort of minority viewpoint and great that even if [...]
Grocery stores are probably one of the top items on everyone’s list for amenities missing from Downtown Columbus. Very soon there may be a fix for that problem right in the center of the city. Rumor has it that an upscale grocery/marketplace concept will be arriving soon at the intersection of Gay Street and Pearl [...]
This morning I read the Dispatch Article titled “Resume speed“, discussing the completion of the $134 million intersection project at highways 270 and 161. That’s right. $134 million for one highway intersection. Does that sound shocking to anyone? Probably not since this type of money gets dumped into highway projects all the time all over [...]