EVENTS: YIMBY Festival 2013

On Saturday, February 16th, community groups and campaigns that celebrate backyard projects big and small will unite in an annual... Read More

Events Guide: R.C. Harris Works for Toronto 1912 – 45

Editor’s note: For more on R.C. Harris and the restoration of the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, check out our summer 2012... Read More

Humanizing traffic counts at Toronto intersections

Humanizing and humanely utilizing the endless stream of data coming out of cities may be a 21st century urban planner’s greatest... Read More

Double standard holding back bike-share while car-sharing expands

Last week, Tyler Hamilton wrote a good column in the Toronto Star on the rise of car-sharing companies in Toronto. Entitled “Not... Read More

Searching for a network on the new CN Leaside bike trail

When it comes to transportation planning, networks get a lot of credit. This is particularly true in grid cities like Toronto, which... Read More

The condo retail we need

Last week, the mainstream media awoke to the fact that it’s not just knee-jerk NIMBY reactions driving Torontonians to fight new condo... Read More

Keeping top transit chiefs in tough times

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. A far cry, maybe, from how Billy Ocean intended it, but this old English proverb... Read More

Stories from the Big Apple: In Fine Company

If there’s any takeaway from the recent PriceWaterhouseCoopers report ranking Toronto second behind New York City for the world’s best... Read More

Stories from the Big Apple: New York City’s bike lane backlash

A press gallery silenced. A mayor building a reputation for being MIA. Councillor Minnan-Wong proposing forward thinking bike... Read More

Events Guide: Mobility Pricing Conference

WHAT: Mobility Pricing Conference WHEN: Thursday, February 3, 2011 WHERE: The Metropolitan Hotel, 108 Chestnut Street An interesting... Read More