Introducing Cleverhood: rain capes for the urban cyclist

Spacing is happy to announce our new partnership with Cleverhood, a Rhode Island-based designer of cycling rain capes, just voted by... Read More

Rolling Out: The future of Toronto’s Bixi bikes

While city hall, last month, was dominated by one man’s almost unbelievable personal implosion, the business of Toronto is... Read More

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