Book Review – Roads Were Not Built For Cars

Author: Carlton Reid (Island Press, 2015) There has been a lot of discussion recently around getting more cyclists on the roads, be it... Read More

What Amsterdam taught a Torontonian about urbanism

Tulips, windmills, and all those salacious, smoke-filled thoughts aside, Amsterdam is internationally regarded as a haven for urbanism... Read More

Investing in Cycling in Scarborough

This post by Marvin Macaraig, Ph.D., is part of Spacing’s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank at the University... Read More

Bike Share Toronto and downtown subway relief

As a long-standing Bike Share Toronto member, I was excited to read that the Ontario government is investing in additional bikes and... Read More

EVENTS: #ThisIsHowWeRollVan

Via Momentum Mag #ThisIsHowWeRoll celebrates everyday cycling and walking in Vancouver. Walk, ride or roll to one of three locations... Read More

REID: Busting some myths about pedestrian collisions

Toronto Public Health published a report this week analyzing the police statistics for collisions where vehicles hit pedestrians and... Read More

Image of the Moment: Westboro’s Complete Street

Image: Ottawa’s first ‘complete street’ Location: Churchill Avenue, Westboro, Ottawa, Canada Date of photo: June 13... Read More

REID: Slowly moving towards speed reductions in Toronto

In the most recent issue of Spacing, I wrote about how the idea of “slow zones” is being overtaken by universal speed... Read More

Rolling Youth into Toronto’s Bicycle Renaissance

This post by Jeffrey Trieu is part of Spacing‘s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of Toronto... Read More

Lessons on rekindling a regional romance: a visit to Hamilton reveals a percolating urban revival Canada needs to watch

A peculiar day-trip took citizens of Ontario’s capital on an exploration of the history and revitalisation of Southern... Read More