Category Archives: Your Ride Vancouver

Afterwords #7: Technologies adding options for getting around

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from my column contributions published in Metro News Vancouver. Read my February 24, 2015 column Transit innovations that matter allow us to live without cars, or with them, but in a new way over at Metro News Vancouver. This week’s columns is one of my favourite topics to […]

Afterwords #6: Double Standards in Transportation Discussions

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from my column contributions published in Metro News Vancouver. Read my February 17, 2015 column How the free crossing at Port Mann Bridge is costing all of us over at Metro News Vancouver. First things first — I’m not sure what’s going on with that headline. Update: It […]

Afterwords #4: Improving walkability for a healthier region

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from my column contributions published in Metro News Vancouver. Read my February 3, 2015 column Congestion Improvement Sales Tax a chance to rediscover walking over at Metro News Vancouver. I was excited to hear the news when Dr. Patricia Daly announced support for a yes vote in the […]

Afterwords #3: Stepping up with some referendum talk

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from my column contributions published in Metro News Vancouver. Read my January 27, 2015 column Why You Should Vote Yes on the Congestion Improvement Tax over at Metro News Vancouver. Unlike the previous two columns, I wrote this one in relative isolation. It shows in two ways — […]

Afterwords #2: More on Car-free Families

Afterwords consists of footnotes, references and outtakes from columns published in Metro News Vancouver. I’m considering incorporating these notes as best I can into the version of each column that I post to Medium. Speaking of which — if you enjoyed this piece, please consider giving it a recommendation on Medium. This piece was a […]