All posts tagged “pedestrian only

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It’s too cold for that

This past Sunday I spent part of the afternoon in Kensington Market (Toronto) for Pedestrian Sundays.  If you’ve never been to a Pedestrian Sunday, you’re missing out. The entire neighborhood – which happens to be a National Historic Site of Canada – gets closed to… Read More

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A tale of two cities

Yesterday my friend Darren Davis out of Auckland introduced me to a 3-part blog series that he recently did with Andreas Lindinger out of Vienna, which looked at pedestrian zones and shared spaces across these two cities. The first post looks at the redesign of… Read More

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Being exemplary

Yesterday morning I had coffee with a good friend of mine and fellow city geek. We don’t connect nearly as often as I’d like, but when we do we always have great conversations about cities and about Toronto. One of the things he asked me… Read More

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Learning from Melbourne

Earlier this week my good friend Gabriel Fain emailed me a bunch of photos from his recent trip to Melbourne. Gabriel and I went to architecture school together here in Toronto and we often go back and forth on city building issues. Here are the photos… Read More