Week in review: July 24, 2018

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Consultations, feedback, and events



  • Kitchener to hold sidewalk meeting about new trail connection (The Record)
  • $2.6 million trail project in Waterloo Park is now complete (Waterloo Chronicle)
  • Cycling in Uptown: we’ve still got a long way to go (Tenille Bonoguore)
  • Guelph police launch bike registry program as theft stats show spike (CBC)
  • Why more urban cycling saves everyone money (Daily Hive)
  • In case you forgot: biking is for everyone (Mobility Lab)
  • Bike advocacy’s blind spot (CityLab)
  • Equity and mobility: a comic treatment for transportation professionals (Planetizen)


  • Two more light rail vehicles arrive in Waterloo Region (The Record)
  • ION stations tested for accessibility (The Record)
  • Why Canadian cities are asking Kingston for public transit advice (TVO)
  • Governments must help take the wheel from Greyhound (The Record)
  • Inclusive transit: advancing equity through improved access & opportunity (TransitCenter)
  • The absurdity of counting bus routes (Human Transit)

The shape of our cities

  • Engagement, tall towers top-of-mind for Kitchener’s downtown candidates (Kitchener Post)
  • Inclusionary zoning: everything you need to know (CityLab)
  • Parking: where we embrace socialism in the US (City Observatory)
  • American cities are drowning in parking supply (Streetsblog)