Why all the secrecy?
Mayoral foibles, Google's urban charm offensive, finalists for George Brown's new wood building, and how many avocado toasts will you need to give up?
The re-imagining of the city’s main artery must look to the future, not the past.
Food, art, even public space now seems to revolve around aesthetic value as judged by the social network.
For those who care about data, the City’s new Open Data Master Plan is about to change everything.
The solution is not to scold drivers but to make structural solutions.
Line 1 is over capacity—adding more stops isn't the solution.
A new website documents "hostile architecture" from around the city.
The city could use more transit pilots—this time, let's try north of Bloor.
A $20-million spinoff from Sidewalk will open an experimental clinic this year.
This year, Toronto could see spaces reimagined in a way that will serve as inspiration for other cities.
Policy coordination is all well and good, but NYC's example shows what happens when a city loses its say on transit.
As early criticism mounts, here's what the data tells us about how the King Street pilot project is going so far.
There are proposals for new buildings, but the NIMBY crowd doesn't want them in their neighbourhoods.
The Bentway is Toronto's answer to NYC's High Line.
An update to last week's transit column about local and regional commuting distances and the importance of local transit.
Local commuters aren't getting their fair share of transit attention in the province.
Fewer cars on the road can help reduce air pollution and save lives.