Prospect Park Goes Completely Car-Free by Arthur Mallet

The Department of Transportation has kicked off 2018 with a monumental change to Brooklyn’s backyard, Prospect Park. From now on the Park will be completely car free, Curbed reports. DOT commissioner Polly Trottenberg announced the change, stating “cyclists, joggers and pedestrians, young and old, will be able to rejoice year-round in a safer and quieter park”. […]

New Startup Aims To Bring Pedicabs Back To Their Roots by Arthur Mallet

For the past eight years being a part of the New York rickshaw community, I have been involved in marketing campaigns, last-mile delivery services, film logistics and worked the streets as a pedicab operator. When I began the city had just imposed the first regulations on pedicabs and the rules continue to evolve. These policies […]

A Touch of Brooklyn in West Texas by Arthur Mallett

Recently, some friends and I took a trip to Marfa, TX.  Located in the southwestern part of the state, near the Mexican border, Marfa is hours from any major city, surrounded by miles of desert with jutting plateaus. It is a vast lunar landscape where a strange phenomenon of a phantom glow has been called […]