How Tomlin’s Creek was lost, found, and lost again

There’s ancient Lake Iroquois sand on Glen Davis Crescent near Kingston Rd. and Woodbine Ave., you just have to look closely to... Read More

The Comprehensive Costs of Transportation and Metro Vancouver – Conclusion

[EDITOR'S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the conclusion to George Poulos'  in-depth series focusing on the Comprehensive... Read More

CCT Part 5 – A New Tool for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Transportation Projects

[EDITOR'S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the fifth part of George Poulos'  in-depth series focusing on the Comprehensive... Read More

Trucks, Bike Lanes and the Death of Johanna Dean

Back in May, Haligonians were saddened by the tragic death of 30-year-old elementary school teacher, Johanna Dean. Dean was an avid... Read More

Doors Open Vancouver 2014 Retrospective

Authors: Berçin Janzen, George Poulos and Erick Villagomez Urban life depends of a myriad of interconnected and complex systems. Only... Read More

CCT Part 4 – Transportation Equity and what it Means for Metro Vancouver

[EDITOR'S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the fourth part of George Poulos'  in-depth series focusing on the Comprehensive... Read More

CCT Part 3 – The Business Case for Active Transportation

[EDITOR'S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the third part of George Poulos'  in-depth series focusing on the Comprehensive... Read More

Des aménagements qui tuent

Le coroner a tranché, la mort de la cycliste Mathilde Blais était évitable. Il a été prouvé par son investigation que cette mort n’est... Read More

Opinion: Entrance sign debate needs refocus

Fueled by a manic combination of civic pride and shame, Edmonton Council is reopening discussions on the look of the city’s... Read More

CCT Part 2 – Investing in Transit is Imperative for Metro Vancouver

[EDITOR'S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the second part of George Poulos'  in-depth series focusing on the Comprehensive... Read More