Author Archives: Joanna

Bike share at Dartmouth

The bike share stations have been installed and riding begins tomorrow. The official ribbon cutting happens in front of the Hop at 10 am on Tuesday, September 6th. Stop by & take a spin. 

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Winter PodRide

Brilliant option for winter cycling!         

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Bike Lover’s Ultimate Office

Perkins+Will devised an indoor track, custom bike racks, and more for the Chicago bike component company SRAM. Check out the Ultimate Office

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Nano Apartments @ UBC

The University of British Columbia in Vancouver unveiled its plans to develop micro-apartments.  The 140-square foot Nano Studio is a means to address an affordable student housing shortage. Check out the  floor plans. The double bed folds up to create … Continue reading

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Parking Structure & Driver-less Vehicles

As Dartmouth explores locations for a parking structure in the West End of campus, it will be important to consider the future impact of driver-less cars and ride sharing.  Check out this article from Arrowstreet, Inc. Autonomous Vehicles

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SCUP Celebrity

My 15 seconds of fame on the SCUP website, in a planner kind of way:

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SCUP Conference

Arthur Lidsky of Dober Lidsky Mathey and I presented the following deck at SCUP-51 in Chicago.  

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Diversity and Inclusion

From the Ad Council:

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A New Bollard for Campus?

At the monthly landscape committee meeting last week, we reviewed the myriad of materials and features found on campus. There are more than 42 different types of bollards. I saw this one last night in Ottawa’s Confederation Park. Might be … Continue reading

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“Moments of Warmth” on a Snowy February Day

A friend who knows of my interest in transit and Canada shared this link. Wouldn’t it be fun to do a bus shelter like this at Dartmouth? This is not intended to promote Duracell.

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