VIDEO: How Driverless Cars will Change Cities

Why some say driverless cars won’t just change the way we commute, but the way we live. (via CBC | The National) Read More

Book Review: Ladders (2nd edition)

Author: Albert Pope (Princeton Architectural Press, 2015) “The contemporary city, the city that is at this moment under... Read More

King Street: How the TTC can strike back against UberHop

On Friday, John Lornic made an interesting case that UberHop, the controversial new service launched by the San Francisco-based... Read More

Proceed with caution on federal infrastructure plans

During the federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau promised major funding for infrastructure projects. There is no question that... Read More

LORINC: Why UberHop will help the TTC

When I look at the wonderfully clean map that Uber has provided for its new jitney service, it’s not hard to see how frustrated... Read More

Tearing Off the Water Street “Refresh” Bandaid

St. John’s, NL – Lately there’s been a lot of discussion surrounding the benefits of delaying St. John’s aptly named Water... Read More

What does Toronto’s new bike plan offer Scarborough?

This post by Marvin Macaraig, Ph.D., is part of Spacing’s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank at the University... Read More

A Plea for Clear and Reasonable Rules for Cyclists

HALIFAX – Every morning I put on my helmet, get on my bike, and enter a world of legal anarchy. Trying to follow the rules is... Read More

Getting a Ride with Uber: What Would it Mean for Vancouver?

It has been exactly three years since Uber was last seen in Vancouver. From May to November 2012, Uber tested their luxury sedan... Read More

Imagining Edmonton’s Main Street

Jasper Avenue is said to be Edmonton’s main street. But what does that mean? Its multiple uses–as destination and as... Read More