A categorical mess

As I continue to build up my Tampa Bay and Hampton Roads portals, I will also be doing some much-needed “housecleaning”. First off, you will see just how many categories I have in my listing to the right. In fact, I have a total of 96 categories, and many of them I created back when my blog was still called the Tampa Transit Utopia Blog. In the coming weeks, I will be consolidating and reassigning categories to all of my posts to try to reduce the number of categories I have.

I’m also going to be reorganizing my About page, because I’m beginning to think that the current page is way too long. I will more than likely be separating the History section of the page into its own page.

You may have already noticed some of the new stuff I’ve posted in Hampton Roads portal. The Hampton Roads Transit portal I would say is now 75% complete. The two remaining major pages to complete are the bus route listing page and the page for the Elizabeth River Ferry. The four pages I’ve created thus far include the Norfolk NET Downtown Circulator, the Virginia Beach WAVE Shuttles, the Peninsula Commuter Service express routes in Hampton and Newport News (this is a very small page), and a page dedicated to describing about the bus routes that enter Naval Station Norfolk. All four of these pages are now largely complete, but some tweaks still need to be made.

In the coming months, you will also begin to see more on the Tampa Bay portal. I’ve already set up the overview pages for Pinellas, Manatee, and Sarasota, and Hillsborough is coming along very nicely. The subpages for Sarasota are currently in the works, and I’ll be starting up the Manatee subpages very soon as well. I probably won’t start building my Pinellas subpages until all of the pages for Hillsborough, Manatee, and Sarasota are finished. This will also allow me time to gather new photos of all four systems.

As always, if you would like to contribute any photos or content, please drop me a line via the Contact page.

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Blogging about public transportation in Florida & beyond.

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