Another challenging sidewalk photo last Friday taken on Bellevue Avenue near Olmsted Academy North just south of the Watterson and west of Southern Parkway and Beechmont. If you haven’t been over there, the neighborhood is very nice and walkable and the school building is beautiful with an historic building and a quality modern addition done mostly in concrete.
Here’s a new sidewalk photo just waiting to be identified in the comments.
- Jug Band Jubilee to play ‘America’s Happiest Music’ on September 19 (My Loueyville)
- Blue Lagoon restaurant on Bardstown Rd. to open Aug. 25 (Consuming Lou)
- Third edition in ‘Haunted Old Louisville’ series released (Unusual Kentucky)
- ‘Louisville Times’ sign being removed from Courier-Journal building (C-J)
- And replacing it with a glow in the dark turquoise sign (Fat Lip)
- Promising sign as famers’ market vendors grow younger (C-J)
- Kentucky Transportation Cabinet launches Louisville construction map (Official Site)
- Should bikes be banned from fast travel and rural roads? (C-J Letter)
- Enforcement of rules for bikes and cars can improve safety (C-J Letter)
- And more on how car drivers cause 90% of bike-car accidents here and here.
- Triathlete killed by drunk driver remembers by fellow cyclists (C-J)
- TARC starts xpress bus between Louisville and Jeffersonville (C-J)
- Local state roads dangerous to non-vehicular traffic (CART)
- Think ‘out-of-the-box-car’ to solve urban transport issues (Sust Savannah via SB-net)
- You ‘never forget’ riding on High Speed Rail;’ can U.S. catch up? (CBS via @OtisWhite)
- What are the implications of living ‘car-free’ in a city like Louisville? (Urbanophile)
- London’s first ‘living wall’ of vegetation didn’t make it (Arch Journal)
- Midwest has a drug problem: too much herbicide in the ground water (NRDC)
- Military officials warn Southern Governors of climate change challenges (TreeHugger)
- ‘Chronic inebriants’ aka drunkards have high cost to taxpayers (SFGate via P-zen)
- Considering ‘pay-as-you-go’ cities fueled by fines not taxes (BLDGBLOG)
- Bank robbers prefer the suburbs, open bank layouts (NY Times via @OtisWhite)