[Hilary](http://rqmagazine.com) asked me to be on [The 100 this week](http://ideastransform.ning.com/profiles/blogs/the-100-episode-3) to talk about local transportation issues.
Which is awesome. But I can’t believe I forgot to mention [TriTAG](http://tritag.ca).
The 100 is a podcast about local culture, events and issues (roughly in that order), coming out of [Ideas Transform](http://ideastransform.org). I know Bevan from [Kwartzlab](http://kwartzlab.ca) and I’d met the other hosts through [CultureCamp](http://ideastransform.ning.com/events/culturecamp-communication) (in person, anyway).
They asked me to come chat about transportation and urban design issues, since I’ve been writing about that a lot on [WWBA](http://waterloowellingtonblogs.org) lately:
* The Bearinger Road [Road Diet](http://waterloowellingtonblogs.org/2010/03/road-diet.shtml)
* [What Is Rapid Transit For?](http://waterloowellingtonblogs.org/2010/03/what-is-rapid-transit-for.shtml)
I think it’s a good chat, but I feel like I left a lot out. Ah well. Follow me on WWBA and maybe I’ll flesh out the ideas a bit more. I am happy I got a plug in for [Richard’s OpenStreetMap meetups](http://www.meetup.com/Waterloo-OSM).
[The 100 is awesome](http://waterloowellingtonblogs.org/2010/03/the-100-a-podcast-about-local-news-and-events.shtml). If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, [Will Spaetzel](http://spaetzel.com/)’s fantastic [Castroller](http://castroller.com) service has automatically generated [a podcast feed](http://castroller.com/podcasts/The100). I’m prodding Hilary and Bevan to get it into the iTunes store, hopefully in the next week or two.