Monthly Archives: August 2018

Luck meets urban planning in Finland’s capital

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As I promised last week, I’m starting to write a bit more about my trip to Finland a year ago for Worldcon 75. As I write this, Worldcon 76 is taking place in San Jose, California, which I had little … Continue reading

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Coda: commuter-rail modeling and what’s next

Just about a year ago, I went to Worldcon 75 in Helsinki. Because Worldcon 76 in San Jose (which I’m not attending) is about to start, I was reminded that I still have a whole bunch more photos from Helsinki … Continue reading

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More modeling for the Framingham/Worcester Line

In our last installment, I talked about how I wasted an entire weekend developing a not-very-good model of a way to make the commuter-rail line that serves my city suck less. Well, it’s been another nasty rainy weekend here in … Continue reading

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In which I waste an entire weekend modeling one line of Regional Rail in AM peak

A draft of the MBTA’s “Focus 40” long-term plan was release on July 30, and I spent a little while reading it (it’s rather thin) and sending comments (both officially and on Twitter). If you’ve been reading this blog lately, … Continue reading

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