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

Is Uber part of the Sharing Economy?

For years now, long term changes in consumer priorities, coupled with the global economic downturn, have driven many innovators to... Read More

Transit First – What Halifax Transit needs to deliver

In September, It’s More than Buses, a grassroots advocate for better transit, launched our idea for a frequent network to show how our... Read More

Continuing the Great Bus Debate: Time to Revisit Pulse Transit?

Thanks to coverage by the Journal’s Elise Stolte, there has been healthy debate on the vision of Edmonton Transit’s network and... 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

LORINC: Memo to Tory — find a transit quick win

Last week, mayor-elect John Tory went out of his way, via drive-time interviews on talk radio, to assure drivers that their commute... Read More

EARLY BIRD SALE: Spacing + City of Neighbourhoods transit toques

WHAT: Streetcar and Subway toques WHO: Spacing + City of Neighbourhoods COST: $35 WHEN: Wed., Nov 5 – Fri, Nov 14 A Spacing... Read More

Does Toronto need a transit referendum?

Transit referendums are a common tool in the US to raise money for infrastructure investment. I have not found evidence of them being... Read More

LORINC: Can Tory get SmartTrack off the launch pad?

Toronto’s last two mayors, though polar opposites, both began their terms of office almost identically — with short, crisp council... Read More

LORINC: What we didn’t talk about during this election

Remarkably, given the duration of the campaign and the sheer number of debates, the mayoral candidates managed to either completely... Read More