Archive for 'Patrick Metzger'
The designers of a planned subway station for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia want to bring some green to the desert.
re-fashioNYC is doing for clothes what the bluebox did for bottles and cans.
Open data is changing the way cities work.
Los Angeles' new mayor says he'll deliver green jobs.
No, Toronto does not mean "meeting place."
How one of the world's most conservative cities learned to love its mega-casinos. The trick: put government in charge, not developers.
Would more people get around on foot if they knew how easy it is?
Legal myth has it that the unique gates of Osgoode Hall aren't meant just to keep lawyers in, but cattle out.
Online parking payments could eliminate the desperate rush to the meter.
Free municipal wireless networks have been implemented in various places with mixed results. Is Toronto ready to give it a try?
If we're going to get the transit we need, our politicians are going to have to make some decisions.
New York City is investigating the possibility of replacing its public phones with 10-foot-tall touch screens. Could Toronto do the same?
Is Houston, Texas, the next frontier for recycling technology?
Chattanooga, Tennessee is breaking new ground with Wi-Fi-capable streetlights. Could Toronto do the same?
Is there a massive, Cold War–era fallout shelter underneath Queen's Park?
You give plenty to the TTC. What if the TTC gave back?
The supermarket shelf of the future may be two-dimensional.
In Boston, if you can't come to City Hall, City Hall can come to you.