Five Short, Linear Stories on the LRT

This story was originally written for the Edmonton City as Museum Project (ECAMP) website launch. ECAMP, an initiative under the... Read More

Induced Demand: How Edmonton Can Undermine Its LRT Investment

The proposed widening of 75th Street to six lanes as part of the southeast LRT project was recently discussed in an article in the... Read More

Design and the City: The LRT and the ‘Flying E’

What contributes to the image of a city? Is it the rich manufacturing heritage on 104th Street? The vibrancy of Old Strathcona? I can... Read More

It’s time to quit hating on pedways

Pedways have been built in cities around the world for the same reason: weather. Most, in places like Hong Kong, Singapore and Taipei... Read More

The Edmonton Streetcar and Its Urban Form: Part 1

Jasper Avenue, Whyte Avenue, 124th Street, Alberta Avenue, 95th Street, 97th Street, 109th Street.  What do all of these streets share... Read More

The spacingTime Continuum – Inaugural Whyte Ave Edition

There’s just something inexplicably cool (to me) about seeing a photo of a horse drawn carriage filled with a moustachioed brass... Read More

Serving Suburbs With Mobile Libraries

As I have gotten older and more interested in the dialogue of what makes a city, one component of urban life I am starting to see as a... Read More

Spacing Edmonton’s LRT Pins and Magnets: Now Arriving On All Tracks!

To celebrate the launch of Spacing Edmonton, I designed a set of buttons representing each station on our Light Rail Transit line. I... Read More