ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:
Buses and cars can feel a bit 20th century. We're curious about some of the more creative means of transportation out there. From our window here at NPR, we've seen three-wheeled motorcycles that look more like a Corvette convertible. There are Segways. There are also Segway-like things without the handles.
ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:
I see the pedal-powered Trolley Pub where I live.
SHAPIRO: (Laughter) The pedal-powered Trolley Pub.
SIEGEL: It drives - several people pedaling and driving around. What about you?
SHAPIRO: I grew up in Portland, Ore., so of course, we have unicycles and also those old-fashioned bikes with the huge wheel on the front and a tiny wheel on the back.
SIEGEL: Well, what about you out there? What's an alternative form of transportation that you see where you live? We want to hear about it, and we'd love to see it, too.
SHAPIRO: So here's how you share it with us. Tag your photos on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #NoCarForMe and #NPRCities. The Cities Project is collaborating with All Tech Considered on this, so you can also go to npr.org/alltech.
SIEGEL: Remember, what we're looking for aren't cars or regular busses but unconventional rides. The hashtags, again, are #NoCarForMe and #NPRCities. We look forward to hearing your stories and seeing your photos.
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