Cartographically Speaking: The Politics of Flight

Click here for a larger image. We tend to think of cities in their horizontal dimension—artifacts the spread laterally across the... Read More

Book Review – Infrastructural Monument

Author: MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) Infrastructural Monument presented the products of a... Read More

VIDEO: Vancouver’s Multi-Modal Success Story

Streetsfilms was lucky to be at the ProWalk ProBike ProPlace 2016 this Summer where we got to hang with many of the smartest folks in... Read More

Book Review From The Stacks – The Skytrain Explorer: Heritage Walks From Every Station

John Atkin (Steller Press Ltd., 2005) Everything is walking distance if you have the time. -Steven Wright, Comedian and Actor This is... Read More

Book Review—America’s Urban Future: Lessons From North of the Border

Authors: Roy Tomalty and Alan Mallach (Island Press, 2015) Urban America has a thing or two to learn from north of the border—that is... Read More

Transportation, Technology and Urban Transformation

We are in the midst of a resurgence of interest and investment in transit. Across North America and at nearly every level of... Read More

RELEASE: City appoints Gil Kelley as the General Manager of Planning, Urban Design & Sustainability

City of Vancouver News Release: “Gil’s extensive experience in cities like San Francisco and Portland is highly valuable at a... Read More

How False Creek Turned Pink

[Editor’s Note: As we, at Spacing Vancouver, have discussed in the past, having intelligent urban lighting can transform a city... Read More

RELEASE: Introducing Mobi, Bikes We Share

The name selected for Vancouver’s new bike share program to launch this summer is Mobi (pronounced moe-bee). Vancouver already tops... Read More