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10716917193_d6a68a5e56_z Transportation Costs: Impacts on Metro Vancouver (Part 3)

Reposted with permission from George Poulos and Price Tags. Part 3 of 5.  [Part 1] [Part 2] The Business Case for Active Transportation It would be safe to say that active transportation has begun to increasingly garner significant attention from many... Continue reading »

October 10, 2014   |   0 comments
10716917193_d6a68a5e56_z Transportation Costs: Impacts on Metro Vancouver (Part 2)

Reposted with permission from George Poulos and Price Tags. Part 2 of 5.  [Part 1] Investing in Transit is Imperative for Metro Vancouver Undoubtedly one of the liveliest issues of debate within the region today is the future state of transit... Continue reading »

October 3, 2014   |   0 comments
10716917193_d6a68a5e56_z Transportation Costs: Impacts on Metro Vancouver (Part 1)

by George Poulos, reposted with permission from the author and Price Tags. Part 1 of 5. We were recently alerted to George Poulos’ well-researched and comprehensive paper that aims to “develop a means to assess a wider scope of transportation impacts in... Continue reading »

September 26, 2014   |   0 comments
[Oblique view of Vancouver and Fraser River looking north] Credit: City of Vancouver Archives; Reference code: AM54-S4-: LP 153.2; Date: June 5, 1948 VPSN comments on the Marpole Community Plan

On Wednesday April 2, City Council unanimously voted to approve the new Marpole Community Plan (MCP). This follows on the heels of the recent approval of the Downtown Eastside Local Area Plan and the West End Community Plan. As with these... Continue reading »

April 8, 2014   |   0 comments
Pedestrian Scramble Intersection returning to the Lower Mainland

Pedestiran Scramble in Toronto Exciting news for all you pedestrian enthusiasts out there! A Pedestrian Scramble Intersection has been approved in Stevston for the busy intersection of Moncton and Number 1 Road. What is a Pedestrian Scramble you might ask? Well, a... Continue reading »

June 15, 2011   |   0 comments