You’re probably tired of us quoting WIRED magazine by now but they’ve hit the nail on the head yet again on their Autopia blog. It’s Time for Cities to Favor People, Not Cars highlights cities such as Los Angeles, Atlanta and Phoenix for their car-friendly layouts. That’s not a good …
How to survive Knoxville rush hour
On my way home from work this evening, I battled the ever-present rush-hour that occurs between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Interstates 40 and 75 that intersect in Knoxville. It’s an unavoidable fact of life for most in Knoxville and other bigger cities. Therefore, I’ve decided that for the …
I-40: Then and Now
Alright Knoxville commuters: Think rush hour traffic on I-40 is bad now? Imagine if there were only four lanes like the above I-40 photo from the 1960s. Can you can guess which famous Knoxville exit is pictured?
What if I-640 Became the New I-40?
John Spellings over at the Wigshop suggests that “to make 640, 40 would relieve much of the truck traffic through downtown…”
Cyclists are Traffic, Not Targets
Patrick Beeson provides an intuitive guide on passing cyclists. A timely read considering the ongoing gas price increase.
Authentic Knoxville: Sites That Provide an Insiders View
Last week, Jeremy Floyd of Holrob coined Knoxify as the “insider’s uncensored take on what makes Knoxville great.” That got us thinking: what other sites offer an authentic look at Knoxville? Here’s our take on the best blogs/sites that exemplify who the real Knoxville is.