Author Archives: Stephanie Armistead

Going Car-Lite in Midtown?

On Monday, Aug 28, 2017, at the corner of 10th and Peachtree Street, here in Hot’Lanta, the Midtown Alliance will kick off a five weeks  of going Car Lite in Midtown. Five lucky winners will be chosen to give up … Continue reading

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Post Election Post

Yes, I know this is a blog about transportation but this will be my one time outlet for social justice.  I just can’t keep it in any longer and while I realize I do not have millions or thousands of … Continue reading

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“The ACs Are Coming! The ACs Are Coming!”

Maybe it’s because I am heading to Boston and Paul Revere comes to mind but if he were here, he would surely join me in the shout out! Autonomous Cars (AC) or self driving vehicles (SDV) are going to happen … Continue reading

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Going My Way?

I am attending the GreenBiz 2016 Conference in fabulous Scottsdale (dry and mid 70s!) and just learned about yet another ride share app – but there’s a twist.  And it’s a great one. Their go to market strategy will definitely … Continue reading

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Who Was That Chick in The Red Convertible?

Long time, no post! Did I give up? Nope – just changed it up. The collective economy is here to stay and I have been doing my share. Car Sharing, that is. I struggle with feeling in and out of … Continue reading

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One Man’s Fight

Did you know that Henry Ford built the first Model T to run on bio fuel? And that moonshine fueled more than Saturday night dancing? Did you know that prohibition was not just about ridding society of the evils of … Continue reading

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I Am Thinking About Driving a Car!

“What? you ask.  “Are you giving up? Are you really calling it quits?” Not so, my loyal followers.  Read on…. Recently, I viewed a movie that has had me energized and thinking about alternative fuels and what is possible.  I, … Continue reading

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Lessons From the Bus: Don’t Talk to Strangers, Talk to Neighbors

Originally posted on amemoryleak:
“I hope you have mace,” he told me. I laughed nervously. “Thank you for looking out for me,” I said, “but I think he just wanted to talk.” “You better hope he just wanted to talk.”…

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