The Future Fix Podcast: How Innisfil is using Uber as public transit

Spacing and Evergreen proudly present The Future Fix: Solutions for Communities Across Canada, a special podcast series. In our first... Read More

How long will ride-hailing apps last?

Part two of Nick’s look at the state of ride hailing. Read part one here. It has been almost ten years since Uber was founded in San... Read More

What other cities can learn from Toronto’s ride-hailing experience

With British Columbia rolling out its ride-hailing regulations in August, Toronto City Council re-examining its bylaws,  and Halifax... Read More

Book Review – Growth: From Microorganisms to Megacities

Author: Vaclav Smil (MIT Press, 2019) There are few terms as pervasive in discussions about contemporary cities than “growth”. It... Read More

PODCAST: Spacing Radio 038, Take it to the Streets

Lanrick Bennett starts us off, talking about a pop-up pilot bike lane project on Toronto’s Danforth Ave. Jared Kolb is stepping... Read More

Urban Technologies: The Unintended Consequences

If you walk by the bike parkade at Main Street Science World in the evening you will see a handful of bikes. If you look closely... Read More

Video Vancouver: Larry Beasley on Vancouverism

Via TransLink Larry Beasley, a TransLink board member and former planner chief planner for the City of Vancouver, talks about his new... Read More

Track to the future: Advocates want to passenger rail back to the Fraser Valley

A century ago, interurban rail service helped Fraser Valley communities develop — and it could do the same thing today, says a group... Read More

Book Review – The Smart Enough City: Putting Technology In Its Place To Reclaim Our Urban Future

Author: Ben Green (MIT Press, 2019)  This book is about the battle for the future of cities. The smart city may represent the next... Read More

When is efficient too efficient? Tech lessons from the port city of Hamburg

Cities can have ports, and many do. Moreover, successful ports make for thriving cities. But ports are not cities. They are not models... Read More