Aug 29, 2019
This week we're joined by Gordon Price, former Vancouver City Council member and former director of The City Program at Simon Fraser University. Gordon talks about Vancouver's historical importance as well as its future. We chat about transport, the great west coast melting pot, and what folks should check out if they...
Aug 27, 2019
Chrissy Mancini Nichols joins the show this week to talk about land value taxes, cities using fines as revenue, and waze's effects on LA.
Two jobs! BART and Capital Corridor Transbay Tube 2 Project.
Addicted to fines - Governing
Vancouver widening sidewalks - Globe and Mail
Ride hailing data sought in England -
Aug 22, 2019
This week we're joined by Dan Imhoff to talk about his book called The Farm Bill. Dan chats with us about how he became interested in the Farm Bill, how initially he was excited about protecting wild habitat but got pulled down a rabbit hole of subsidies and perverse incentives. Dan also talks about how the Farm Bill...
Aug 20, 2019
This week Tracy McMillan joins to talk about safe streets, that pink emoji house, and public and institutional engagement.
Moody's credit ratings on climate and transit
Denver Mayor calls for safer streets - Streetsblog Denver
The hot pink emoji house - Guardian
Odds and Ends
Small businesses at core of growth...
Aug 15, 2019
This week we're joined by Camron Gorguinpour, Global Senior Manager for Electric Vehicles at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. We talk about Shenzhen's 16,000 electric buses and what world cities can learn positive and negative from their implementation. We talk about infrastructure needs for electric bus...