Europe Transit site migration complete!

Happy Tuesday everyone!

As I mentioned before, I have been migrating all of my Europe Transit content from my Google-powered site to my WordPress blog. Because I have a busy and adjusted work schedule later this week, I decided to go ahead and complete the migration over the weekend, since there isn’t as much content to move. The hardest part was building the new rolling stock page for the Paris Metro, but everything else was very easy to move.

With my Paris, France section of my Europe Transit site now complete, I will be able to move forward with building my New York City and Hampton Roads sections, as well as expanding my Paris section, and also adding transport sections for Belgium. Once these projects have been completed (hopefully by around June), I will then begin the most complex part of my site migration…the Tampa Bay Transit sections.

Please take note of the following layout of the Paris transports section, which you will see when hovering your cursor over the navigation bar at the top of each page.

If you have any suggestions, or notice anything incorrect, please feel free to drop me a line via the contact page.

Warmest Regards,

HARTride 2012

Photo Galleries of Montrouge!

Greetings everyone!

I would like to share some links with you. These are links to a few photo albums from the Paris Metro Line 4 blog by Dominique Josse that depict the construction of station Mairie de Montrouge. There are three albums to view, all of which are accessible from the left side navigation bar on the homepage. Since the site is in French however, it may be difficult for some to locate the exact links to the albums.

Don’t forget to check out the virtual tour by clicking on the link ” Visite virtuelle station Mairie de Montrouge” located on the left side navigation bar. It’s very cool and very realistic!

Please stay tuned for further updates. The countdown to the grand opening is well underway, and this time (unlike Front Populaire on Line 12), I plan to really enjoy the excitement as if I was actually in Paris!


Warmest Regards,

HARTride 2012.