Photo by @abikosachie / Sachie Abiko from TRANSIT#20
Pang Lar村のエン族の少女。アカ族が暮らすWan Pin村から歩いて40分ほど、集落は山の斜面にへばりついている。
Posted at: 2019-07-19 15:17:01
For generations this is how we’ve prioritized travel on our streets: cars on top and people as an afterthought. Swipe👉to see what we’re working towards: where people are the #1 consideration (along with transit and biking, of course😉)
🔺 services :
1.It owns a container terminal for piling up various kinds of import and export containers.
2.Equipment for free of charge unloading and loading, cargo stripping.
3.Repair and restoration of damaged containers.
4.Washing equipment for types of containers, ISO tanks, oil-derivatives.
5.Marketing services for dealing in containers
6.Electronic warehousing system and statistical registration of incoming and outgoing containers.
7.Engaging in international transportation affairs, including cargos (import, export), under covered by Carnet TIR.
8.Transport of goods to all Iranian cities, border terminals and important ports.
9.This Company’s offices and branches facilitate domestic cargo transportation, using their private fleet and issuance of official bill of lading under supervision of Iranian Road & Transportation Organization.
#import#export#air#air_services #transit#shipping #نفتکش #نفت_گاز #فلكسي #صادرات #واردات
#كشتيراني #نفت_پارس #لجستیک #ترانزیت #حمل_بار #حمل_و_نقل
Who loves a good Nashville sunset? 🙋♀️💖🌄 That’s a view that could never get old! Who else loves being able to look at the city/sky/trees/dogs/whatever while you take the bus or walk instead of needing to keep an eye on the road?
How do you get a 3 ft. tall Chinese fan palm home without a car? You take the bus! 🚌 It was wonderful to make so many people (just of those I could see, not including many drivers nearby) laugh or smile at the unusual sight of someone carrying a tree down the suburban strip. Coming to Nashville from Brooklyn and firmly committed to car-free living, it’s clear people don’t even think taking the bus is a real option. My goal with this account is to document just how possible relying on public transit can be, and where it fails in a city with a neglected transit system, how important public transit is for those who rely upon it. I’ll be sharing my carless travels in the Nashville area, featuring Nashville places and experiences, and sharing my thoughts on issues related to transit, urban planning, and more. Follow for more! (I also got my first orchid since I moved to NYC two years ago and had to leave mine behind, pictured here stowed in my large reusable shopping tote for ease of carrying along with the tree).
Custom privacy shades! Courtesy of a big sheet of cardboard that was salvaged from a TV box being thrown out behind a department store -- and some time spent making a template by tracing the window and trimming with scissors.
Made one for each side and both 'snap' securely into place without any sort of adhesive or fasteners. Pretty great for FREE.99 and a little elbow grease. I'll probably add some reflective tape to one side of each shade to make it then a little more sturdy and keep the van a little cooler.
#vanlife#campervan#stealthcamping#diy#diybuild #repurposedmaterials#reducereuserecycle#transit#transitconnect #novanberproject