Author Archives: Jefferson King

A Hidden Treasure of the Rail Industry

Written in collaboration with Jonathan Walker, Sr., P.E. When we think of famous inventors, names such as Thomas Edison and Leonardo Da Vinci easily come to mind. Excluding the Wright brothers, the transportation field is not particularly filled with memorable … Continue reading

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Making Public Transportation Sexy

You may have recently seen the advertisement from Danish transit agency Midttraffik, which introduces new riders to see their buses as refreshingly cool. Traveling by the bus is supposed to be so cool that you will be fighting to get … Continue reading

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Is Your Megabus Always Late?

If you’ve ever traveled along the Boston to DC corridor for leisure, there is a good chance that you decided to take one of the “curbside buses” (e.g., Megabus or BoltBus). If you’re driving by yourself, making the trip is … Continue reading

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