A few years ago I had the opportunity to meet with Dr. Kee Yeon Hwang, president of the Korea Transport Institute. He was in the Vancouver area to talk about […]
Urban centres, and the communities within them, are built over time through the interplay between a range of actors, from individuals, to organizations, to governments. The roles of the national […]
The reality of today’s economy is that cities derive most of their wealth from the export of goods and services elsewhere. For the city of Vancouver, the main export is […]
How are cities across North America making the most efficient use of their limited transportation resources, and achieving larger job creation, resilience, public health, equity and human happiness goals? Jeff […]
The Get OnBoard campaign officially launches tomorrow, Tuesday, September 25 There will be a press conference at McInnes Field at UBC from 11:00 – 11:30 am, and you are encouraged […]
The City of New Westminster recently developed a Frequent Transit Network Walkshed map through its Master Transportation planning process. The map highlights all properties in the city that are within […]
Landon here, reporting from Scotland on the Prince’s Foundation Summer School program I am taking part through SFU Urban Studies. Here’s a brief update on the first two weeks: Arriving […]
Tempelhof Airport in Berlin was shut down in October 2008, but was opened to the public as a park while a planning process was ongoing. It is an innovative and refreshing decision on the part of the City to allow interim uses to inform and be integrated into the planning process for the space.
June 28 at SFU Vancouver | 7:30 PM | Reserve Mikael Colville-Andersen is known as Denmark’s bicycle ambassador. His approach to urban cycling promotion are well known through his blog […]
…and why cycling infrastructure improves our cities and our people.