For the last few months photo radar has been a recurring topic in Edmonton. This is something I haven’t touched on here, not because I don’t have an opinion, I most certainly do, but because every time I’ve sat down and tried to write something about it I’ve become frustrated by the sheer volume of misinformation that exists on the subject. That frustration translates into a final product that I’m not happy about, and so I don’t end up posting anything. Continue reading
A graduate from the University of Alberta, I now spend most of my time during the week working as a Transportation Engineer designing roads, improving intersections, and trying to convince people that roundabouts are a good idea. I also work on making our transportation networks sustainable by focusing on not just moving cars from A to B but making sure pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users are considered as well. My interest in transportation eventually led to the launch of All Roads Lead to Ryan; a blog that focuses on all things transportation related that capture my attention.
Transportation is just my day job - and a bit of a hobby - though. And while it keeps me busy I still find the time to moonlight as a beer enthusiast searching Edmonton's downtown bars and pubs for the best available pint. I'm also a huge sports fan, so much so that I've decided to put my thoughts on paper, so to speak, writing about the Oilers for the blog the Copper & Blue.