This Saturday, ‘Hack ta Ville’ will make hackers of ordinary citizens

Image courtesy of California Forward Urban and computer geeks will descend on McGil this Saturday for ‘Hack ta Ville‘, an... Read More

Mind the Marsh (Or how the CN-MTQ dispute may alter the future of the Turcot Interchange)

The buried Otter Lake occupied a good deal of the present-day Turcot Yards (courtesy of Walking Turcot Yards)  The Ministry of... Read More

NDG cyclists make the case for a safe connection

Source: Bing Maps NDG residents fed up with confusing, scary intersections take note: Tomorrow, your local cycling group will be... Read More

What’s wrong with this picture?

It’s amazing what a few hours poking around the Ministry of Transport’s website can reveal. What does this province spend... Read More

Corruption, Cartels and Crumbling Infrastructure

Images all Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of MPD01605, lestudio1, mechanikat & theseoduke With allegations of corruption and... Read More

Losing sight of the highway for the green: Understanding the “new” Turcot plan

Welcome to Portland boul. Notre-Dame In the face of harsh critiques from just about every imaginable governmental and non-governmental... Read More

Making the Link: Is the marriage of cycling with transit the future of transportation?

Riding Portland’s LRT is a breeze with your bike – Image from Thomas Le Ngo’s Flickr page As North American urban... Read More

The Turcot: Three plans, one future

The City of Montreal invokes a more tranquil future next to the Turcot While summer may be the peak of construction season here in... Read More

Copenhagen by Computer an infrastructural tour #1

This is the beginning of a short photo series around Copenhagen (aka Hopenhagen) and some of their neat bike/ped/vehicle road design... Read More

A small victory for the Southwest: Turcot plans modified

Modified based on an MTQ image – additions not to scale This past weekend, the MTQ quietly broke the news to Radio-Canada and... Read More