Thursday, April 29, 2010
US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is blogging bikes, and he's getting media coverage for it -including in The New York Times. First, consider the internet savvyness of an official US DOT blog, "Fast Lane." One doesn't usually think of a high-ranking federal official as the source for an interesting blog.
Next, consider LaHood's words about biking, which suggest something might be different in the culture of the usually auto-focused DOT.
The transportation times, they are a changin'
Jamie Baker Roskie
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