“Yes” coalition calls on voters to support Metro Vancouver transportation improvements and determine its transportation future.
Vancouver commuters go slower than anyone else in North America, according to data from GPS company TomTom. The city’s transportation director says the traffic congestion is due to economic growth and an increasing population.
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I’ll forgive the lack of pedestrians 😉 in this mix of photoshop, after effects, premier, sound forge and paper all combined to create this amazing stop motion animation of city traffic flows by Migüel Warrand.
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District 4 Tom Simplot issued the following statement clarifying City Council’s December decision on Phoenix’s notorious reverse lanes.
Inspired by Matt Logue’s Empty LA, Ross Ching gives us a feel of what Los Angeles would be like if everyone’s car disappeared.
Teresa Stickler, owner of Melrose Pharmacy, was Chairperson of Phoenix’s Ad Hoc Task Force on Reverse Lanes. Now that the report has been presented, she is able to speak freely.
The following is a letter by Vice-Mayor and district 7 Councilman, Michael Nowakowski, written after yesterday’s City council recommendation to maintain the reverse lanes with minor changes.