An interesting infographic illustrating the myriad of ways that bicycles bring businessto local and state/provincial economies. Continue reading
A short, point-of-view documentary on how a family of four can get from point A to point B by foot, bike, or public transit.
NITE OWL is an exhibition featuring photographs by Angus McIntyre, curated by the Civic Historian and Author John Atkin at the Baron Gallery in Vancouver
As I’ve mentioned before, I am working for PlaceSPeak, an online consultation platform. We recently launched a new survey to gauge interest in returning electric trams to the streets of Vancouver. Here is some more information. If you live in Vancouver and you are interested in transit issues, I urge you to take the survey! …
Introducing a new mobility system that helps make the city a better place to live.
I love the line “We are cycledrivarians” (Although perhaps it should be ‘cycle-driv-esdrians’) Oregon is inventing better. And as usual, America is watching — enviously. Roll on, future city. Presented by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance Video by North, Digital One, Chris Hornbecker
A great video produced by the Active Living Network (a project of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation). The clip explores the role of the built environment in physical activity and public health and features an interview with the urban goddess herself. It’s 9 minutes and 46 seconds VERY well spent.
I love Jane Jacobs’ support for skateboarding as an important of youth physical activity. There are lots of good aphorisms at the end as well.
It’s I Love Transit Week in Vancouver! Read on to find while I love transit.
The City of Vancouver wants resident’s help in projecting change through the city’s new transportation plan that will span until 2040.