The compact downtown core of Victoria, BC (Canada) offers a great opportunity for moving more than just people with pedal-power. Bike couriers are becoming a more common sight, as they offer an … [Read more...] about Bikes: not just for moving people
a commentary How many cities would love to be in the position of Victoria, BC, when it comes to encouraging alternative transportation, especially cycling? The city already enjoys the highest bike … [Read more...] about Victoria: ready to jump on the bike momentum?
As urban areas grow, they typically do so within the confines of decades old or centuries old municipal boundaries and structures. Towns, villages and cities grow up to the edges of one another, … [Read more...] about Citizen led urban amalgamation: a Q&A
The Places Project had another successful urban space discovery walk in Oaklands neighbourhood (Victoria, BC, Canada) on Sunday April 14th. Re-imagine Oaklands Neighbourhood dove into the question … [Read more...] about Green spaces and places in Oaklands Neighbourhood
Walkability is so popular in urban planning conversations that it risks becoming a buzzword without meaning. Have you seen an urban plan recently that didn't make at least token reference to … [Read more...] about Beyond the buzzword: 4 real life essentials for walkable cities