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Vancouver’s Urbanism Headlines: Tuesday


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• Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary neck-and-neck in ‘liveability’ ranking [Globe and Mail]
• McBurnay Lane, lighting, and creating a safer Downtown Langley [South Fraser Blog]
• Brydon Lagoon [South Fraser Blog]
• Vancouver Gardens Railroaded By Mean Tactics [The Tyee]
• Vancouver is the third most livable city in the world: The Economist [Vancouver Sun]
• Relentless construction annoys neighbours in Metro Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]
• Vancouver’s newest art gallery not meant to last [Vancouver Sun]
• Newton taking over Whalley’s crime reputation [Vancouver Sun]

• Matt Lerner: Walking the walk on urban livability [Seattle Times]
• Why Portland Is Building a Multi-Modal Bridge That Bans Cars [City Lab]
• Spokane’s Downtown is for People – and their Buses [Seattle Transit Blog]

• Taking a rest on Winnipeg Transit dependent on race? [CBC]
• Second Union Station subway platform opens today [CBC]
• For lone TTC cleaner at Union Station, new subway platform has doubled his work [National Post]
• Keep Union-Pearson express train affordable, councillor urges [Toronto Star]

• Copy-Paste Copenhagenization in Ljubljana [Copenhagenize]
• Frequent networks: escaping the “food desert” [Human Transit]
• Barcelona 30 – Impressions (11): Active Life in Àngels [Price Tags]