Cinq chantiers, cinq objectifs: L’échangeur Turcot

 Jusqu’au 11 novembre, la galerie Espace projet présente Chantiers, une exposition mettant en scène 5 grands projets montréalais... Read More

Cinq chantiers, cinq objectifs: l’autoroute Bonaventure

Jusqu’au 11 novembre, la galerie Espace projet présente Chantiers, une exposition mettant en scène 5 grands projets montréalais... Read More

Photo du jour: Gare Parc via Villeray, l’affiche est claire mais ne convainc pas!

L’aménagement de passages piétons de l’emprise ferroviaire du CP est revendiqué (ou pris à ses risques financiers... Read More

MTQ to Expropriate Schoolyard for Highway Construction

It may not be the most lush, nor the most welcoming patch of grass in the city, but it is none-the-less the school yard for 200... Read More

Water and citizenship

If you’re among the 50% of Montrealers who rent their homes, and the 38% of Montrealers who vote in municipal elections, you... 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

FAVOURITE FRIDAY: What is your favourite pedestrian bridge?

Across the Spacing urban blog network each week we’re asking our readers in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Otttawa, and the... 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

New bike infrastructure arrives in Montreal

This summer has seen the arrival of two new types of biking infrastructure in Montreal: bike boxes on Milton and a hybrid bike... Read More