Cartoon Tuesday: Outmoded


From Dick Locher of the Chicago Tribune comes a cartoon complement to Judith Warner’s essay in the New York Times last Friday, declaring that SUVs have outlived any "utility" owners may once have derived from them.


Cartoon Tuesday: A Modern Day Paul Revere

  Over at NYC Streetsblog they’re calling this strip "The Modern Day Midnight Ride."  Of course, on this coast we have a different idea of what constitutes a Midnight Ride.  Other than that, Ben Fried introduces the strip perfectly. Paul Revere embarked on his midnight ride from Boston to Lexington more than a year before […]

Cartoon Tuesday: Oh No, Not Again!

Image: Paging all bike shop owners, Here’s an innovative idea from a bike shop in Sweden.  Who are the best people to target for new bikes during the "off season?"  How about drivers who have just gotten a parking ticket?  To read all the details about this innovative marketing campaign, click here.

Cartoon Tuesday: Hocus Pocus

The good news is, we’re not alone, it’s not just advocates that are frustrated with the slow pace of transportation funding reauthorization in Washington, D.C. Engineers, advocates, and professionals from across the spectrum are just as nervous. With the Federal Transportation Trust Fund set to run dry at the end of August and the Transportation […]

Cartoon Tuesday: Fund-Amental Wisdom

Cartoonist Keith Knight and I have a lot in common.  Neither of us is a big fan of car culture and both of us are recent transplants to Los Angeles having come from a more pedestrian friendly locale. His most recent comic at Salon takes aim at the idea of asking taxpayers to bail out […]

Cartoon Tuesday, American Voices, Harassing Cyclists

This week, The Onion’s “American Voices” asks three average Americans their views on L.A.’s recently passed cyclist anti-harassment ordinance.  As you would expect from The Onion, the comments aren’t pretty.  Of course, these three have been answering these questions for quite some time now. But I have faith that Streetsblog readers are funnier than Onion […]