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Public Transit By Peter Pike
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Steve Winters' life is in shambles. Near bankrupt, forced to work unpaid overtime, and made the legal guardian of his brother so his father could exploit a legal loophole to create a tax shelter,... More > Winters finds himself in a rut. While he wonders what to do next in his life, Justin Winters, Steve's brother, is just beginning his journey through public high school. A novel that is as much a social commentary as it is a critique of modern philosophy, Public Transit is a wonderful tale of Americana.< Less
Public Transit By Peter Pike
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Steve Winters' life is in shambles. Near bankrupt, forced to work unpaid overtime, and made the legal guardian of his brother so his father could exploit a legal loophole to create a tax shelter,... More > Winters finds himself in a rut. While he wonders what to do next in his life, Justin Winters, Steve's brother, is just beginning his journey through public high school. A novel that is as much a social commentary as it is a critique of modern philosophy, Public Transit is a wonderful tale of Americana.< Less
In Transit By Dean Faulwell
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Dean Faulwell, one of the founding editors of Oink, appeared in numerous publications over the years, including American Poetry Review, Ante, Boink, Chelsea, Conduit, El Corno Emplumado, Galley Sail... More > Review, Happy, Knocked, Latitudes, Love, Midway Journal, Midwest Quarterly, Oink, Paris Review, Poetry Now, Sawbuck, Slab, Telephone, and Towards Winter. An earlier book of poems, The Distance Between Here And Now, Leaving The Atocha Station On Foot, and Found Sounds are available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and lulu.com.< Less
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Confessions of a Public Transit Commuter By Gary B Hulsey
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While commuting by public transit over a period of a year or so, the author frequently made notes on observations of his surroundings, creating a "commuting log." This book comprises that... More > log.< Less
Transition to Teaching By Nathan Boughton et al.
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Transition to Teaching is the essential guide all aspiring and practicing teachers need as they begin the process of transforming into an effective and employed teacher. Designed to accompany your... More > professional development experiences, this guide helps you organize your experiences and skill sets. The result is an effective resume, a targeted cover letter, and a job winning interview. Transition to Teaching was written with one goal: to give you the tools needed to define yourself so you will get hired! Aligned with the PEAR Framework, Transition to Teaching walks you through the process of defining who you are, describing how you teach, and how to market yourself to the right audience. This comprehensive guide is not designed to be read. This guide is developed to be used! Boughton, Fonseca, McCanna< Less
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IRT Interborough Rapid Transit / The New York City Subway: Its Design and Construction By The Interborough Transit Company
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On October 27, 1904, the Interborough Rapid Transit Company opened the first subway in New York City. Running between City Hall and 145th Street at Broadway, the line was greeted with enthusiasm... More > and, in some circles, trepidation. Created under the supervision of Chief Engineer S.L.F. Deyo, the arrival of the IRT foreshadowed the end of the “elevated” transit era on the island of Manhattan. The subway proved such a success that the IRT Co. soon achieved a monopoly on New York public transit. In 1940 the IRT and its rival the BMT were taken over by the City of New York. Today, the IRT subway lines still exist, primarily in Manhattan where they are operated as the “A Division” of the subway. Reprinted here is a special book created by the IRT, recounting the design and construction of the fledgling subway system. Originally created in 1904, it presents the IRT story with a flourish, and with numerous fascinating illustrations and rare photographs.< Less
Brooklyn Utopias: In TRANSITion By Katherine Gressel
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An exhibition catalog documenting the 2013-2014 exhibition "Brooklyn Utopias: In TRANSITion" at Brooklyn's Old Stone House, showcasing 19 contemporary artists' visions for the future of... More > public transit in Brooklyn and NYC. Contains full-color photos of the artwork, exhibition, and public art installations by photographers Robert Levine and Hugh Crawford in addition to the author and artists. Photos are accompanied by all the curatorial texts from the exhibition, as well as introductory statements by Old Stone House Executive Director Kimberly Maier, Transportation Alternatives Deputy Director Noah Budnick, and Streetsblog Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Fried. Provides a critical overview of the role of artists in contemporary transit design and advocacy.< Less
Multimodal Transit Center By Nanette Martinez
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My proposal for the redevelopment of Guantanamo Bay City is to create a Multi-modal Transit Center by redesigning the existing ferry landing space. The Multi-modal Transit Center offers an... More > international entrance to the city that circulates passengers from the airport and the surrounding Caribbean Islands and connects them with the light rail system within the city. With 175,000 square feet, the transit center combines a ferry terminal, a light rail station, and a public roof garden. The building grows from the landscape into a green roof system of shifting platforms that allows for natural cooling and lighting.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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