Tag Archives: active transportation

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 […]

Doing vs Reflecting – thoughts on academia and the subtle art of change

A bit of a rant. I’m in the process of putting together a proposal for an internship. It’s a super-exciting project, one that’s sure to stretch me at least a little bit. It’s been in a bit of a limbo as my digital film class, work, papers and so many other opportunities too good to […]

From Critical Mass to Critical Manners

Since the start of the Burrard Bike Lane Reallocation Trial, the temperature of the relationship between cyclists and drivers has occasionally flared up, and I’ve unwittingly and unintentionally exposed myself to more negativity about my choice to be a cyclist and my occasional bending of the law than, really, is mentally healthy. After this blog […]