Late Night Transit Service: Essential for City’s Ambitious Goals

Edmonton in many ways has been a public transit pioneer in North America; most importantly through the introduction of North America’s... Read More

EVENT: City Conversations—Federal Election Forum on Urban Issues, Oct 1

With over 80% of the Canadian population now living in urban areas, it is time for a national conversation on key issues that affect... Read More

UrbSanity: The public city

Cities are communities. While we all have our private concerns, goals, and obligations, as a city we also have to think collectively... Read More

Shedding light on public transit and invisible disabilities

A few years ago, Stats Canada conducted a survey exploring disabilities and found that 3.8 million adult Canadians identified as... Read More

A Tramway to Somewhere

The story of Edmonton’s rail transit begins in 1893, a year after the Town of Edmonton was incorporated. A paragraph is usually enough... Read More

What Philadelphia can teach Toronto about art, history, and public spaces

Among North American cities, few can boast the depth of history that’s on offer in Philadelphia. The compact downtown, plotted out by... Read More

Forgotten TTC architecture a reminder of nixed transit plans

Toronto is building the East Bayfront LRT. Well, sort of. This week, Metro News reported that the City of Toronto has set aside $2... Read More

Video Vancouver: SLIP | Subway Dancers

SLIP | @PhillipChbeeb & Renee Kester | @ElliotMossMusic Everyone will tell you it is hard to let go of pain… and it is... Read More

Happy birthday to the Toronto streetcar system

There are perhaps few things more symbolic of Toronto than its streetcars. For more than 150 years, surface rail has formed the... Read More

Weighing In: Fat Discrimination on Public Transit

Last year, on a beautiful mid-September morning, Tomee boarded the subway in high spirits. She was headed to a rewarding job at a... Read More