About this Blog

From 2014 to 2017, my family was part among the 12 percent of U.S. households that do not own a car. (That statistic comes from the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, citing a 2009 National Household Travel Survey.) We resumed car-ownership in 2017 to in order to effect a move, but we limit auto-use to only those trips for which there is no other alternative. For most outings, we are able to get around on-foot, via bicycle, or by taking public transit.

This blog places its focus upon my interest in viable alternatives to auto-dependent traveling. I recommend you read Cynthia Parkhill: Library Technician, Volunteer, and Advocate if you came here wanting to read my thoughts about libraries, autism, bullying, and books.

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