Driverless Cars and the Suburban Renaissance

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” Some people debate whether Henry Ford, founder of the... Read More

The parking garage of the future!

In the 1950s and 60s, Toronto, like cities all over the world, struggled with challenges delivered by the rise of the private... Read More

EVENT: Volunteer Downtown Public Space & Public Life Study with CoV and Gehl, Sept 14 & 16

Public Space & Public Life Study Shifts: Thursday, Sept 14 and Saturday, Sept 16 Training: Wednesday, Sept 13 from 6:00 to 8:00pm... Read More

LORINC: The street art bureaucrat

Away from the clamour surrounding Jennifer Keesmaat’s departure as chief planner, the City of Toronto has seen another significant... Read More

Video Vancouver: Stand up for Public Space

Via UN-Habitat: In this lecture, Luisa Bravo, president of City Space Architecture, advocates for that public space in cities is a... Read More

Video Vancouver: Transform Your City With Tactical Urbanism

Via Streetsfilms: If you’re a public space aficionado or transportation maven, one only needs to sign on to one of the various... Read More

RELEASE: VPSN, Laneway Living Rooms: Grandma’s House, July 29th

Laneway Living Rooms: Grandma’s House WHEN: 12pm – 9pm Saturday, July 29th, 2017 WHERE: 1027 Commercial Drive laneway (south of... Read More

Video Vancouver: The High Cost of Free Parking

Via Vox: Hidden parking rules hurt our cities. Will Chilton and Paul Mackie of Mobility Lab explain. Read More

RELEASE: Oh! Interactive Art Allows Visitors To Control Lights on Iconic Science World Dome

Scale model of Science World allows the public to affect the skyline of the iconic dome with their hands Tangible Interaction, a... Read More

RELEASE: Vancouver unveils new Indigenous murals as part of Canada 150+

Via: City of Vancouver The City of Vancouver, as part of its Canada 150+ program, commissioned a series of six paint and print... Read More