Transit First – Ridership or Coverage

HALIFAX – Transit offers communities and residents several benefits. Three of the most important benefits are mobility, less... Read More

Four wild but cheap ideas Edmonton can introduce – right now – to protect cyclists

Cycling in downtown Edmonton is a bit like jogging with bulls. Each time you’re nearly crushed riding atop your velo, you wonder... Read More

Old highways, new tricks

In countries like Canada, where the car is still king, highways and roads are perhaps the most ubiquitous form of infrastructure... Read More

Video Vancouver: The Mayors’ Council Vision for Regional Transportation

The Mayors’ Council, representing 23 local elected governments in Metro Vancouver, have worked together to develop a common... Read More

Image of the Moment: Remapping Rideau Street

Image: From the Uptown Rideau CDP Workshop – 28 May 2014 Location: Rideau Branch of Ottawa Public Library, 377 Rideau Street... Read More

Mirvish + Gehry sing a new tune: A change of plans for King Street West

My, how things can change. With the recent announcement that Mirvish + Gehry Toronto, David Mirvish’s proposed mixed-use development... Read More

Whither the urban car lot?

David Mussell, the general manager of Don Wheaton Motors on Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue, says “the tendency [for car dealerships] is to... Read More

Brampton’s light rail blues

As we continue to debate the merits of subways and light rail here in Toronto, it’s worth noting that across southern Ontario... Read More

Induced Demand: How Edmonton Can Undermine Its LRT Investment

The proposed widening of 75th Street to six lanes as part of the southeast LRT project was recently discussed in an article in the... Read More

BRTs: Is Ottawa ahead of the curve?

With Ottawa’s LRT project still years away from completion, and often used as an example of how far behind Ottawa is when it... Read More