Streetfight offers an empowering road map for rethinking, reinvigorating, and redesigning city streets to work better for everybody that use them.
Inspired by similar projects in San Francisco and New York City, Vancouver is envisioning its own version of ‘pavement to parks’ projects.
A look at three simple ingredients to designing an all ages bicycle route: once you lay down the paint and planters, the people will come.
Viewing his Mount Pleasant neighbourhood from behind a camera gave Emmanuel Buenviaje a new perspective on Vancouver.
One of the most talked about sites in Vancouver’s recent history is the former Olympic Village. From the Olympic celebrations to the eco-sustainability of it’s infrastructure to the cost overruns and lingering public debt, the site has been the subject of more coverage than any other neighbourhood in recent memory. …
If you ever hear someone say that Vancouver has no history, give them a copy of “The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver.”
On June 19, 2012, the Museum of Vancouver is hosting a gathering to share insights, learnings, and stories from Jane’s Walks in Vancouver.
The history of neon in Vancouver reflects the history of the city itself.
Only if we embrace the facts of transit, and discover the opportunities they present, will our cities, and our transit, be human. —Jarrett Walker Whether you are transit geek, a SkyTrain rider or an interested citizen, you will learning something by reading Human Transit: How Clearer Thinking about Public Transit …
“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 …