“Yes” coalition calls on voters to support Metro Vancouver transportation improvements and determine its transportation future.
The Mayors’ Council, representing 23 local elected governments in Metro Vancouver, have worked together to develop a common vision and action plan for our transportation system that will protect our regional economy, our environment, our health and quality of life.
This video by Matt Taylor highlights—in very stark terms—the necessity of a high level of transit investment in a growing metropolitan area like Vancouver.
Here is an audio recording of my recent appearance on the Bill Good Show (CKNW 980) where the PlaceSpeak discussed the next generation of civic engagement.
“Transit, Transit, Transit” is the new real estate mantra in Grater Vancouver according to real estate marketer Bob Rennie. In May 2012, Vancouver real estate marketer extraordinaire, Bob Rennie made his tenth appearance at the Urban Development Institute’s (UDI) Annual General Meeting at the Hotel Vancouver. The topic of his presentation was …
Regular readers will notice that my posting has been very light practically non-existent over the past several months. My day job with PlaceSpeak, writing for Spacing Vancouver and coordinating Jane’s Walks in Vancouver have left me with little time to write here. One of the initiative I am involved in at …
TransLink has developed a full, inclusive set of principles for community engagement to apply to all its plans and projects.
Rob Adams, the Director of City Design for Melbourne, offers some ideas about how Melbourne’s lessons could be applied in Metro Vancouver .
Come hear Rob Adams, the Director of City Design for Melbourne, share his experiences and insights on Oct 3rd or 4th