REID: Busting some myths about pedestrian collisions

Toronto Public Health published a report this week analyzing the police statistics for collisions where vehicles hit pedestrians and... Read More

REID: Slowly moving towards speed reductions in Toronto

In the most recent issue of Spacing, I wrote about how the idea of “slow zones” is being overtaken by universal speed... Read More

REID: Laneways as shared spaces

Last week, I was part of a panel discussion about the potential of Toronto’s laneways, organized by The Laneways Project. I... Read More

REID: Election survey shows strong support for sustainable transportation among candidates

This morning, the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) released the results of a survey of council and mayoral candidates... Read More

From lake to lake and back again: rail trails of southwestern Ontario

Waterford Black Bridge, between Simcoe and Brantford In mid-July, I completed another overnight cycling trip. On a bright and warm... Read More

Revisiting the Uxbridge–Peterborough Rail Trails

Two years ago, I wrote about a cycling day trip that I took between Uxbridge and Peterborough. I rode mostly on rail trails between... Read More

Daylighting the Urban Wetland

Editor’s note: This is the eleventh post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and... Read More

Adaptive Archipelago by Kristen Duimering

Editor’s note: This is the ninth post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design... Read More

Rain to River: Storm Water Infrastructure for the People

Editor’s note: This is the third post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and... Read More