Parks, Plazas and Squares

Project for Public Spaces‘ website has a new series of articles on public Parks, Plazas & Squares including their approach... Read More


For the first time in human history more people live in the world’s cities than in the country. CBC radio has created a website... Read More

Vacant Lots and Orphan Spaces

There has been a lot of excitement in Toronto recently about the potential of revitalizing the public space of the city. Two new... Read More

Social Street Furniture

With the growing popularity of bicycles we are seeing a rejuvenation in bicycle support design such as the car shaped bike rack by... Read More

TTC & CAA support Cycling

The TTC strike reminded Toronto Star jounalist Jim Coyle how wonderful the bicycle is for getting around: The learning began long... Read More

ReCycling History

One great way to start your bike week is to ride your bike over to see the Market Gallery’s exhibit: From Scorchers to Alley Cat... Read More

Working out

According to the recent news: we are all working too much. Perhaps we are trying to save up for a new condo in the sky? Because soon... Read More

To Hide and Protect

Royson James has a great piece in the Toronto Star today critiquing the 2.4-metre-high cedar fences being erected around Toronto... Read More

Calming Traffic

A different traffic culture from India. Via: Space & Culture Read More

Cycle Disobedience

Albert Howell has a great article in the Globe and Mail highlighting issues surrounding the role of local goverment to supply... Read More