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Ben

I'm glad to see it's finally done! Congratulations!! I know you must be proud. I will try to get my library to order a copy :)

Clark in Vancouver

It's time for Powell's to rename the section "Transportation" or something like that.

JJJJ

Why two different covers? Both of them need work I'd say. Don't miss out on sales because your cover isn't shiny!

Eric O

Shiny? ...I like the upbeat colors. Reminds one of the map colors of transit lines. Of course, I'm certainly glad transit lines were kept out of the cover, in favor of actual people. ')

Denis Agar

Hey! It's being sold on this UK website for less than $25! How is that even possible?

http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/book/9781597269728/?a_aid=fetchbook

BBnet3000

At Powells its serving as "a gearheads introduction to Transit", which would be a book id recommend to Andrew Cuomo of New York State...

zefwagner

It's weird, because at Powell's 2 (the technical books annex) they definitely have a transportation engineering section where I have found books on public transit before.

Matt

I'm looking forward to reading it.

I know of at least one transport minister who should get it as a Xmas present, but then again the NZ election is November 26 so maybe we'll all get a Xmas present and he won't be transport minister.

Jarrett at HumanTransit.org

Zef:  But this is not engineering!  It should really be in the Rose Room with urban policy books.

Leo

Hi Jarrett, will there be a Kindle version? Excited to read it!

francis

I didn't know Powell's had an automotive section... aren't they based in Portland?

Nicholas Barnard

Wait, Powells, in Portland one of the major transit friendly cities on the west coast, filed it under automotive? The apocalypse must be coming.

Chris Hawley

I'm looking forward to the book! I do have to say, however, the photograph on cover with the drop shadow behind it - tisk, tisk! The cover will be elegant enough without this image at all. My advice is to get rid of it. Simplicity and clarity are beautiful virtues in graphic design.

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