LORINC: John Tory’s road toll epiphany

There’s no question that Mayor John Tory deserves credit for hitching his political wagon to road tolls — on the Gardiner and the Don... Read More

LORINC: Transit’s “last mile” solution may be mobility-as-a-service companies

I loath Rogers just as much as the next red-blooded Canadian, and, on certain days, possibly even more. But I have to give the telecom... Read More

Is Vancouver Ready to Grow from Laneways to Living Lanes?

Land in Vancouver is among the world’s most valuable, yet 27% of it is used for roads, streets and laneways. At $150 per square foot... Read More

Notes from Holland

As an architect on vacation, one does not travel merely to escape the ennui of change orders and field reviews. Time spent abroad in... Read More

Uber and the Automated Car: A Slow Unveiling of our Transportation Future – Part 2

In Part One of Uber and the Automated Car we learned a brief overview of Uber’s model, and began to look at the sharing... Read More

Uber and the Automated Car: A Slow Unveiling of our Transportation Future – Part 1

Think for a second on the advances that have been made for personal transportation since the automobile overtook horse drawn carriages... Read More

Equity, Risk Taking, and Active Transportation: Lessons from Jerusalem

­­­­­­ This post by Michelle Kearns is part of Spacing’s partnership with the Toronto Cycling Think and Do Tank at the University of... Read More

The sidepath: a solution for suburban cycling infrastructure

On busy suburban roads, sidepaths offer an appealing alternative to installing bike lanes. But where they have been implemented, there... Read More

Rethinking parking in Edmonton

It would seem to be an article of faith in Edmonton that having plentiful and cheap inner city parking is an absolute necessity. As... Read More

The twisted myth of car ownership in Scarborough

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