America's Cup boats on San Francisco Bay, June 2013
Snowy night at Urban Loritz Platz, Vienna, February 2013
Tile art at Delft Railway Station (the Netherlands), May 2013
Andrew Nash is a transport planner living in Vienna, Austria. He helps clients with many types of projects including developing social media strategies, preparing and editing technical, marketing and proposal documents, and technical advice focused on urban and transport planning.
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Recent blog posts below:
I’ll be participating as a discussant at a conference organised by Adam Greenfield at the London School of Economics on Friday March 14. Read more about the speakers and programs on the LSECities announcement or on Adam Greenfield’s blog post. It should be a provocative day!
Just returned from a nice visit to San Francisco … great weather and lots of interesting meetings. The photo above is of Yerba Buena Gardens looking towards the SF MOMA which is currently being expanded/remodelled. Around the corner from the photo above I ran across my first set of Bay Area Bike Share bikes. Great(…)
How could I not eat at a place with the word “tram” in the name when I visit Brussels? Les Super Filles du Tram is a busy restaurant near Place Flagey in Brussels. Their speciality is hamburgers. I’ve been twice (so far) and both times it was very good. The staff are friendly and speak(…)
The Glacis Beisl is one of my favorite restaurants in Vienna. Located in the MuseumsQuartier, it’s a very comfortable place with a great garden in the summertime. The room is large and comfortable. It’s no smoking (inside) and the noise levels are fairly low. They give you the option of having linen tablecloth and napkins,(…)
The 2014 TRB Annual Meeting was busy and fun – as usual. I was co-author of two papers: Using Online Games in Transport: Grr-Grr-Bike Case Study (Paper 14-3805), with co-authors Peter Purgathofer and Fares Kayali from the TU Wien; and A proposed methodology for comparing and harmonizing railway operating processes (Paper 14-2632), with co-authors Silko Hoeppner (main(…)