All posts tagged “walkability

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Show Yonge some love

Since last summer the Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area in Toronto has been running a really creative community engagement program at yongelove.ca. The site includes a short history of Toronto’s most famous street, an Instagram contest (use #YongeLove to participate), and a survey where both… Read More

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Car as prosthetic

I spent a lot of time in the suburbs over the holidays and it got me thinking. For all the talk about intensification here in Toronto, adapting our car dependent suburbs to become, well, less car dependent is going to be an enormous challenge. Once… Read More

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Measuring urban form

Last night the Toronto Transit Commission offered free service starting at 7pm. This is typical of Toronto on New Year’s Eve, as it is with many other cities. I think it’s great thing to do and I love seeing so many people taking transit to… Read More