Posts Filed Under: cityscape
A corner of Copenhagen scarred by ethnic division is bringing people together through multicultural-themed urban design.
New video outlines how signal systems work, and why scheduled subway closures are actually good and useful things.
Committee votes to defer decision about expressway's future until 2015, while staff consider new plan from developer.
Mexico City is developing the vacant land under its elevated highways. Could Toronto follow its lead?
You'll notice more colour-coded numbers in the station starting today.
Video takes viewers underground with TTC CEO Andy Byford.
Fresh fish, fruits, and vegetables grown right in the city, thanks to Switzerland's UrbanFarmers.
Fantasies of a revitalized, reclaimed central waterfront will one day become realities.
In San Francisco, electric scooters are the latest vehicles to get the rideshare treatment.
Words of wisdom from a boy and his tiger.
A "restaurant row" may be on its way to the site of the World's Biggest Bookstore.
As an alternative to urban sprawl, urban planners are exploring the potential of subterranean development.
In light of the latest study on the Gardiner, a look at how the expressway developed.
It's falling apart, and now the officials who have been charged with examining the road's long-term future say we should just remove the eastern leg of the Gardiner altogether.
Abu Dhabi is creating an eco-friendly city from scratch. Can we learn from its example?
And it's not just downtowners: over half of Scarborough voters would rather see an LRT than a subway, too.
Historic building defies gravity on concrete stilts while construction goes on below it.
A Seattle group is rejuvenating its neighbourhood one laneway at a time.