While Vancouver prides itself on multi-modal transportation options, with less than half of trips into its downtown in cars, free parking is still sacrosanct for many.
The City of Vancouver wants resident’s help in projecting change through the city’s new transportation plan that will span until 2040.
The 1930’s saw two distinct trends with long-term impacts of the future of urbanism in North America, and particularly the United States.
This video looks at some of the challenges faced by First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth in Vancouver as well as some encouraging solutions.
Yuppie urbanism ignores the very people who make it possible in its quest for a perfect city.
The impact of money cannot be ignored when studying our urban condition.
Those who pay close attention to my online presence may have noticed that my ‘tagline’ is “creating community in the urban desert.”
A wonk is to public policy what a nerd is to math and a geek is to computers.
If more residents don’t get involved, ‘private’ policy will continue to shape our city.
Five articles that caught my attention this week.