Advocacy, education and outreach in support of Vancouver's public spaces

Woman holds phone and waits on street as taxis pass. Ride-hailing and Autonomous Vehicles: Considerations for Vancouver

On January 17, Vancouver City Council will be receiving a report titled, “Vancouver’s Mobility Future: ‘Automating’ Policy into Sustainable Results.” In this post, we want to highlight some perspectives on the impacts ride-hailing and autonomous vehicles (AV) are expected to... Continue reading »

January 17, 2018   |   0 comments
Cambie Bike Lane - by Gary Howe flickr MyWheelsareTurning A better bike lane for Cambie Bridge?

City Council will be considering a proposal to install a new protected bike lane on the Cambie Bridge. Discussion will be taking place this coming Wednesday, January 17, and follows on the heels of a staff report made public last... Continue reading »

January 13, 2018   |   0 comments
false-creek-south-aerial-landing Coming up: False Creek South workshops on Public Space, Transportation and more

As noted in our last newsletter, the City of Vancouver is currently working on a new community plan for the False Creek South area, a neighbourhood that stretches from the Burrard Bridge to Cambie Bridge. As part of this, they... Continue reading »

January 3, 2018   |   0 comments
Cover Image_Newsletter Public Space News & Events – Winter Solstice Edition

Hi everyone, The solstice has arrived! The days, once darkened, will now be getting brighter again. We’d for us to take this opportunity to wish you the very best of the season. With new parks and plazas coming online, and... Continue reading »

December 21, 2017   |   0 comments
CVA 677-276.1 - Granville St. looking south from Pender St Last Minute Gift Ideas for the Public Space Aficionado (2017 Edition)

It’s winter solstice and the streets are wearing their first snowy covering of the year! A little bit of wintery magic!  Are you still searching to find something for the public space aficionado in your life? We first ran a version of our “Gift... Continue reading »

December 21, 2017   |   0 comments