I am currently working as an intern at the United States Senate. I am involved in variety of projects and activities related to a variety of topics. My primary focus has been active transportation in relation to obesity prevention.
I will no longer be posting in this space because this space no longer has the capacity to reflect my current and full views.
I was initially attracted to writing on the topic of “Urban Transport Revolution” (or initially as “Transportation Solutions from a Burqueño“) as a result of trying to follow the ideas and concepts of the existing Streetsblog community. Having an existing blogging network to join seemed much easier than trying to create a following from scratch. While this concept worked well for awhile, it eventually led to posts which were too focused on urban transport related issues vs. larger concepts that I wanted to cover.
I love the Streetsblog community and I find it wonderful. However, I personally want to explore some broader concepts related to transportation, urbanism, history, built environment, government and community. Since the title “Urban Transport Revolution” fails to cover all those bases, I can not post here anymore. The current title also alienates many parties that i would like to appeal to. I have changed the name of this blog too many times already; another name change would be defeating to my overall purpose of this space, as well as make it inconsistent with previous posts in this space.
KEY POINT: I will no longer be posting consistently here. HOWEVER, once I have a better idea of what I want to write about, I will begin writing again, on the WordPress platform. Once I figure out the logistics of that, I will post the link to my new web log here.
Thank you for reading! Though I will not be posting here anymore, emails, comments and questions are always welcome.