Filed under: maps | Tags: England, imperialism, invasions, terrorism, world maps
Countries never invaded by England (all 22 of them..) pic.twitter.com/BUC1qrPg6y
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) February 15, 2014
Filed under: maps | Tags: energy, lean energy, renewable energy, United States maps, USGS, wind energy, wind turbine map, wind turbines
This is just a screen shot, click link above to visit interactive map.
Filed under: maps | Tags: beats, Dean Moriarty, denver, Five Points, Ginsberg, hitchhiking, Jazz, Kerouac, Neal Cassidy, on the road
…before he went back to Denver to steal cars with Neal Cassidy.
Filed under: maps | Tags: bicycle mode share, bicycling, bike counters, bike counts, ridership, Seattle, share, urban cycling
You no longer have to bike all the way to Fremont to get counted. The city — with support from the Rails to Trails Conservancy and the Mark and Susan Torrance Foundation — has installed seven new real-time bike counters around the city. This brings the city’s total to nine.
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: bicycling, cycling, GPS tracks, Strava
Filed under: maps | Tags: Indianapolis, Joan Hostetler, transportation, urban cycling, urban development, urban freeways
In Indianapolis and elsewhere. Here is a current map of some Indy freeways superimposed over a 1956 aerial photo.
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: coaches, economy, government, public employees, USA #1, WTF
Filed under: maps | Tags: buffalo creek, forest fire map, forest fires, Gabbert, lime gulch, Lime Gulch Fire, USGS
Lime Gulch is the name of the latest Buff Creek fire. Funny thing, there is no Lime Gulch around there apparently.
Map via USGS via Bill Gabbert: