Walking, Cycling, and Taking Public Transit to Work Improves Wellbeing

Want to arrive at work in a brighter mood? Hang up those car keys and put on your walking shoes. A study published in Preventative Medicine has found that people who stopped driving to work and instead walked, cycled, or took public transit benefited from improved wellbeing at work. In … Read More

24-Hour Transit in Calgary

When Naheed Nenshi campaigned for Mayor of Calgary in 2010, one of the focal points of his campaign’s platform was to make Calgary Transit a better option for our city’s commuters. “All you have to do is try to use it and you will immediately see that it’s not about … Read More

The Time is Right: The Congestion Charge

Last week I wondered at the possibility of a congestion charge. It’s an instant tax that would be levied against private drivers entering the centre of cluttered Canadian cities. It’s been practiced in London England since 2003 – a daring experiment and surprising success. But here? It’s probably pie in … Read More

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