Brian Gould is a transportation planner, urbanist, advocate, and recent graduate of the Master of City Planning program at UC Berkeley.

NPA’s Anton: Streetcar Yes, Bike Lanes No

The nomination deadline for Vancouver’s civic election passed on Friday, with 94 people stepping up for 27 spots across the... Read More

Picnurbia/VIVA Vancouver

The HD version is highly recommended and available at its Vimeo page. *** Granville Street, despite heavy foot traffic provided by... Read More

Funding SkyTrain’s Next 25 Years

TransLink formally celebrated SkyTrain’s 25th Anniversary this past week at the Edmonds Yard in Burnaby. As I listened to the... Read More

Vancouver’s Dunsmuir and Hornby Separated Bike Lanes

Note: if the “HD” button hasn’t defaulted to orange, you’ll need to click to turn it on. It’s worth it... Read More

Vancouver’s Hornby and Dunsmuir Separated Bike Lanes: Ridership Climbing, Business and Auto Impacts Negligible

[Ed: A video montage of the lanes is also available -bg] Several bike lane related reports and surveys will hit council on Thursday... Read More

Origami City: Transportation 2040 planning to bring Vancouver closer together

When Spacing made its formal debut in Vancouver this June, the city’s new urban generation was able to make good use of the bar... Read More

The Viaducts: Past, Present and Future – Part 2

This is the second part of a series – in tandem with In Focus: The Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts photo essay – looking at... Read More

The Viaducts: Past, Present and Future – Part 3

This is the third and final part of a series – in tandem with In Focus photo essays – looking at the past, present and... Read More

Serving Surrey: Rapid Transit South of the Fraser

Following a similar format to the UBC Line study for the Broadway corridor in Vancouver, TransLink’s public consultation focus... Read More