Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday

LOCAL
• Twist in Vancouver’s car culture gives new spin to getting around town [Vancouver Sun]
• Hey Vancouver, there are affordable homes – 20 minutes away [Globe and Mail]
• Transit and Business: Attracting the Best and the Brightest [Price Tags]
• New political party OneCity concerned with “growing divide” in Vancouver [Georgia Straight]
• Southlands in Delta [South Fraser Blog]
• Photos: Grand heritage buildings of Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]
• New party joins Vancouver civic politics scene [Vancouver Sun]
• Vancouver mayor acknowledges mistake in rushing East Vancouver density increases [Vancouver Sun]

CASCADIA
• No rush to build garden suites in Victoria [Victoria Times Colonist]
• Nike launches on-campus bike share system [Bike Portland]
• Seattle beats Portland to bike sharing; TriMet Youthpass lives; rainy cruise control fail: Commuting roundup [The Oregonian]
• Portland releases map marking all local community-supported agriculture farms [The Oregonian]

CANADA
• The 10 Most Resilient Cities In The World [Fast Co.Exist]

INTERNATIONAL
• Here’s how the media is getting the story on cities & millennials wrong [Gist]
• Racing to Get Ready: Rio 2016 Olympics [Urban Land Institute]
• De Blasio Sets a 10-Year Plan for Housing, Putting the Focus on Affordability [New York Times]
• Driverless Taxis: the Next Next Big Thing in Urban Transportation? [Planetizen]
• China’s Mega-Cities Are Combining Into Mega-Regions, but They’re Doing It Wrong [The Atlantic Cities]