|New York City's official advice on where to ride in the road:|
not bedtime reading, I'd suggest for the guy I encountered
|In the debate about how best to allocate space|
on the roads, New York's police department
prefers to make practical demonstrations
of its position.
|The APL Pearl turns at the Port of Salalah: I yearn for her|
navigational equipment, if not her limited maneouvrability.
|A BNSF oil train near Ross, North Dakota: the drivers are|
probably not grateful they share their tracks with faster,
lighter passenger trains.
Update: I've just heard (on February 25, 2015) that the limo driver who harassed us has been dealt with - with a $200 fine an no points on his licence. I'm glad he's faced some penalty. But this strikes me as fairly paltry - and heightens my concerns about Taxi and Limousine Commission procedures.