Open streets coming to Toronto?

Pedestrians and cyclists alike may soon get their chance to take over a major street in Toronto, if only for a few days during the... Read More

Walking in Moscow

While Moscow can’t be described as a pedestrian-friendly city (see below), it is expanding its pedestrian zones with remarkable... Read More

York Region’s Rapidways: the good, the bad and the ugly

Viva Purple bus on new Highway 7 Rapidway I recently visited the first completed section of “Rapidway”, York Region... Read More

Blocking the Way: Railways and freeways are major barriers to pedestrians

Pedestrian crossing of GO Transit Stouffville Corridor, at Marilyn Avenue near Agincourt Station The biggest barrier to pedestrians... Read More

Instaflaneur: late night bike rides, Toronto flooding, & following the water

In lieu of a vacation trip this season, it has been a summer of long long bike rides, mostly at night, around Toronto and sometimes up... Read More

Cycling Think & Do Tank: Planning Your Cycling Trips — Lesson From a New Cyclist

This post by Benvenuto Triolo is part of Spacing‘s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of... Read More

REID: Toronto is not a grid

We usually think of Toronto — at least the older part of it — as being based on a grid of streets. One of the city’s free weekly... Read More

STREET SCENE: At Ezra’s Pound

Street Scene will appear each week showcasing the illustrations of local artist Jerry Waese. Read More

STREET SCENE: Blue Bikes

Street Scene will appear each week showcasing the illustrations of local artist Jerry Waese. Read More