Karen Quinn Fung is a Master’s candidate at the School of Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia. She is interested in the impact of technology on society and cities, community engagement for open government and transportation planning.

When she’s not working on her thesis, she writes on these topics and more at countablyinfinite, her personal blog, and Translinked, a group blog about transit culture, or making serious thinking about public transit for the Vancouver Public Space Network and the transit advocacy coalition Get on Board BC.

Ballots and Buses: Dialogue on Transit in Vancouver—May 21st

The Vancouver Public Space Network will be hosting a dialogue about why a yes vote is vital for the vibrancy of our city and... Read More

VPSN 2013 Annual General Meeting, July 25th

The Vancouver Public Space Network will be holding its Annual General Meeting this coming Thursday, July 25! In keeping with... Read More

Taxicabs and the future of getting around

On October 5th, Maclure’s celebrated 100 years of operation as a taxicab business in the Lower Mainland. Those 100 years have... Read More