Middletown Power in Middletown, CT replaced the vehicle on the right with the vehicle on the left.
We at RR would like respectfully to suggest that the folks at Hudson River Park make a similar effort to GET WITH THE PROGRAM OF SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT…I mean, investigate pedal-powered alternatives to letting motor weapons (like the two pictured below) loose on one of the city’s most popular and heavily used bike lanes.
Really, HRP poo-bahs, it’ll be better for everyone: Your employees will be healthier, and buzzing with endorphins. You’ll no longer be subject to the screeches of iPodded joggers getting the shit scared out of them by – surprise! – motor weapons whizzing past. To transport tools and materials, you can use a fully weatherproof rickshaw van. To move dirt or plants, you can use a pick-up trike. To treat visiting dignitaries to tours of the park, you can deploy a pedicab (with rain cover, if necessary). As long as the rickshaw rider is properly outfitted with rain gear and a warm coat, there should be no problem. Best of all, you’ll be investing in a transportation strategy as green as the astroturf on Pier 45! Find out more about Revolution’s rickshaw van rentals here.