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

Book Review – Why I Walk: Taking A Step in the Right Direction

  Author: Kevin Klinkenberg (New Society Publishers) Ever since I read Jeff Speck’s Walkable City, I’ve noticed just how many... Read More