Reclaiming Scarborough’s Stories in Zines

Co-written by Niyosha Keyzad and Armi de Francia Scarborough is subject to many stereotypes, and the mainstream local media is... Read More

The Sociability of Running

Running is often thought of as a solitary sport, a haven for those who enjoy being alone. Like walking and cycling, we typically think... Read More

Transportation tech bros need to listen to the Vision Zero folks

When we talk about Smart Cities, which seems to be all the time now, we hear about tensions between public governance and corporate... Read More

Run Score: Mapping Toronto’s Runnability

There’s a lot of research that focuses on the walkability of Toronto neighbourhoods. However, there has been little conversation about... Read More

MUKHERJEE: Why has Toronto police stopped enforcing traffic safety?

Does one call it callous disregard for human life or rank incompetence? Or a combination of both? I am referring to the deaths of 48... Read More

Book Review—Beyond Mobility: Planning Cities for People and Places

Authors: Robert Cervero, Erick Guerra, Stefan Al (Island Press, 2017) The cumulative consequences of this nearly singular focus on... Read More

Why Toronto’s approach to Vision Zero isn’t making streets safer

On August 30, Celeste Jones became the 28th person to be killed on Toronto’s streets after she was struck by a hit-and-run driver... Read More

Event: CoV Free Public Art Walking Tours, September 27, 28 & 29

Join us and celebrate the 10th annual Culture Days! The City of Vancouver Public Art program is offering 10 walking tours in 4 areas... 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

LORINC: When e-scooters hit Toronto’s streets

When city council this summer passed new and moderately more stringent training regulations for Uber and Lyft drivers, no one could... Read More