To press or not to press: a guide to pedestrian buttons

I’ve seen a few inquiries recently by people who noticed pedestrian signal push-buttons being installed at major intersections... Read More

La voiture en libre-service ne va pas tuer le taxi, mais elle va peut-être lui botter le derrière

«  Il faut évaluer l’impact sur l’industrie du taxi ». Pour le maire Denis Coderre, qui a l’industrie du taxi particulièrement ... Read More

The slow and deadly evolution of Toronto’s crosswalks

Crossing the street in Toronto has been a potentially deadly challenge for almost a century. Until the 1950s, when the number of... Read More

When the Numbers Don’t Add up: The Need to Study Comprehensive Transportation Costs in Canada

Many of Canada’s major regional municipalities are expected to grow significantly over the coming decades. Among the myriad of... Read More

The Comprehensive Costs of Transportation and Metro Vancouver – Conclusion

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the conclusion to George Poulos’  in-depth series focusing on the... Read More

CCT Part 5 – A New Tool for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Transportation Projects

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the fifth part of George Poulos’  in-depth series focusing on the... Read More

CCT Part 4 – Transportation Equity and what it Means for Metro Vancouver

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the fourth part of George Poulos’  in-depth series focusing on the... Read More

VIDEO: Downtown is for people! (Isn’t it?)

Edmonton has been making great strides in downtown lately. The Arena District has been stealing many of the headlines, but it is... Read More

CCT Part 3 – The Business Case for Active Transportation

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We are please to offer our readers the third part of George Poulos’  in-depth series focusing on the... Read More

Des aménagements qui tuent

Le coroner a tranché, la mort de la cycliste Mathilde Blais était évitable. Il a été prouvé par son investigation que cette mort n’est... Read More