Historical Map: TriMet Bus System Map, Portland, Oregon, 1978
Not much use for route planning: this map was really made just to show how the routes that ran into the city centre were grouped into geographic regions and denoted by a colour and an icon. While stops along the transit mall are now marked with boring old letters, back then these cheery and oh-so-1970s symbols guided you to the bus stop you needed. Also very 1970s: the tightly-kerned Avant Garde typeface.
“Hey. I’m riding my new bike and I’m on a dark street and I have no rear light and no front light, just reflectors, and the street lights are bright but pretty widely spaced here. and I’m holding my phone in one hand and voxing you.
so it’s pretty dangerous but OHHHH it’s just so orgasmic to be back on a bicycle. I felt like I just really needed that after more than three weeks without riding one. oh my god, this feels so good.”
the bf bought a vintage schwinn today after moving in to tampa.
BART PD seeks owners to ID stolen bikes. 19.02.13.
BART has posted photographs of the recovered bicycles and frames so theft victims have access to identify their stolen property. In order to claim their property, owners must provide either a case number from a theft report, or other proof it belongs to them. Examples of such proof would be a receipt/proof of purchase which shows the serial number, or other identifiable marks unique to the bicycle. If you recognize the bicycle, frame or other parts as yours telephone the BART Police Investigations Unit at (510) 464-7040.