Friday Reads – 22 March 2019


I’d rather be a prisoner of a gentleman than a free man in a world gone mad.

Bunker reuse ideas (BusinessInsider)

London’s original zero-emissions buses (TheEngineer)

Disused rail stations comeback plans (LiverpoolEcho)

Congestion, like cholesterol, can be good (CNU)

Manhattan’s newest neighbourhood over rail yards (NYTimes)

Planning Toronto’s RER network (UrbanToronto)

Liability is sleeper issue for new mobility (GreenBiz)

The man who invented platform safety bumps (Heavy)

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Written by Long Branch Mike