LORINC: A drag-net on drag racing?

It’s almost spring and the evenings are getting warmer, which means that on most nights now, but especially weekends, the city’s... Read More

Video Vancouver: Can The Power Grid Handle A Surge In Electric Cars?

Via Engineering Explained If combustion engines are banned, can the electric power grid really handle a surge of electric cars? Let’s... Read More

Video Vancouver: What’s transportation going to look like after the pandemic?

Via CBC: In this episode, Uytae Lee explores transportation networks – and how they’ll recover after the pandemic. Are we headed... Read More

OP-ED: YongeTOmorrow is an opportunity not to be missed

This is an op-ed by from YongeTOmorrow and co-signers Richard Florida, Rana Florida, Ken Greenberg, Dr. Robin Mazumder, Brent... Read More

When it comes to parking minimums, less is more

Is parking policy in Toronto finally going to be meaningfully reformed? On January 5th, the City of Toronto released a “Report for... Read More

LORINC: Yonge Street’s new mission

It sometimes seems as if the ‘whither-Yonge Street’ question has been loitering on the edges of our civic debates ever since the... Read More

Book Review – The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design

Authors: Roman Mars and Kurt Kohlstedt (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020) It is not a stretch to say that most contemporary urbanists... Read More

The Laws of Settlements book available for free online!

Are there fundamental laws that govern all settlements—from the smallest village to the largest cities? This is the question that... Read More

New Beginnings – Pathways to Commercial Electric Flight

On a clear, brisk morning in December 2019, we got a glimpse of the future of aviation. A DHC-2 de Havilland Beaver seaplane... Read More

Video Vancouver: Construction of the George Massey Tunnel 1957-59

Via BC History The film was originally called Deas Island Tunnel and is about the construction of the tunnel under the Fraser between... Read More