Making a mountain making of a molehill.
Art Lewellan

Not to lessen the importance of mathematic calculation, my transit planning experience since ’92 has developed perspectives that include minority viewpoint alongside early approvals of consequently finished rail and road projects winning acclaim, I spend less time looking at formulaic programming. Transportation planners apply math for structural building more than quantifying rationalizations about why the self-driving car craze is or isn’t nonsense, it is, etc and so forth and so on.

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