In the US, most people drive alone to work. This isn’t surprising, considering car culture has been a staple of American life since the end of World War II. However, with the potential of high speed rails making way in California and the push for public transit in many other states, it will be interesting to see how this map may (or may not) change over the next decade.
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https://www.archdaily.com/591259/how-americans-get-to-work Karissa Rosenfield
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Set against a backdrop typically reserved for postcards, the decaying bunkers of the Aleutian Islands Campaign serve to memorialize a little-known chapter of WWII lore. Read more about these distinctive relics after the break.
https://www.archdaily.com/157256/the-decaying-dutch-harbor-bunkers Daniel Morrison