All posts by: Miriam Bard-Dumont

Up – Up – Up – Up. Up on Transit Style

Ridership Increase Following a trend that began over 10 years ago, more and more Edmontonians are taking transit. Ridership[i] for Edmonton Transit System (ETS) increased by 3.1% in 2012, with the num...

On-Street Bike Routes: Designing the Right Infrastructure for the Right Area

Over the past couple of weeks, our group met with community representatives to gather feedback on the new on-street bike routes that will be installed in the city this year. We started to gather their...

Bike Routes 2013: Get Involved

This year, the City will install 23 km of on-street bike routes. It’s part of a larger plan to install close to 500 km of on-street facilities in future years to create an integrated bicycle network...

How Will the City Design Streets?

If you close your eyes one moment and imagine your ideal neighbourhood, what do you see? What about the different streets? How do they look? How are people using them? What makes them vibrant? As Edmo...

On Your Bike!

This summer, the City of Edmonton will install 18 km of on-street bicycle routes. The project is all part of a larger plan to create an integrated bicycle network, as envisioned in the City’s Bicycl...

The Way We Think

I have great neighbours. They invite us for dinner, watch our home while we’re away – they are always there to help. In my neighbourhood, we are big car users. The shops are far away so it’s not...

Train of Thought

The American Federation of State Public Interest Research Groups recently released an interesting video online. In that video, two characters of the television series Mad Men are discussing how they c...

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