Dylan Reid is a senior editor at Spacing Magazine. He has also written articles for NOW magazine and the uTOpia books. He was co-chair of the Toronto Pedestrian Committee 2007-2010, was one of the founders of the Toronto Coalition (now Centre) for Active Transportation, and is a co-founder of Walk Toronto. Dylan is also a Fellow at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto.

BOOK REVIEW: Unruly Places

I have to be favourably inclined towards a book whose Canadian edition preface opens with a shout-out to Toronto urban explorer... Read More

Logan Ave.: An unofficial slow street

“Slow zones” — neighbourhoods where the maximum speed limit is 30 km/hr (or 20 mph in the US/UK) — are... Read More

IN THIS ISSUE: The next 10 years

When we decided to do a “10″ theme for our 10th anniversary issue, we knew that we needed to look forwards as well as... Read More

Artists on the Underground: movie and panel discussion

I’ll be part of a panel discussion on Saturday night after a showing of the movie “Artists on the Underground”... Read More

REID: It’s time for the City get rid of its sidewalk no-plough zone

In December, City Council agreed to a small but welcome improvement in the City’s snow clearing standards. Starting two winters... Read More

Jennifer Keesmaat talk about walking to school

Walk Toronto is hosting a talk by Chief Planner Jennifer Keesmat about walking to school on Feb. 12, to be followed by its 2014... Read More

The difference between a fee and a tax for city governments

Before the holidays I got into a discussion with Ed Keenan about whether there is a difference between a fee and a tax. In an article... Read More

Book Review: Thinking about Yonge-Dundas Square

2013 is not only the 10th anniversary of Spacing, but also the 10th anniversary of Yonge-Dundas Square. The two anniversaries are... Read More

REID: An opportunity at Yonge + Bloor

Yonge and Bloor is one of the most notable intersections in Toronto, the meeting of our central north-south street with one of our... Read More