BONNER: Bikes are the same length as a car and – with saddle bags and elbows – about half as wide and may take up a whole lane, all for one person
GREEN, FILIPOWICZ: Homebuilders were asked how long they wait for permit approvals, how much it costs, how often rezoning is required and the scope of local opposition
BONNER: In emergency circumstances, we often help each other. But what happens when a municipality mandates that citizens need to help strangers?
BONNER: The violent 1990 protest in London over the proposed poll tax resulted in a change in policy and the departure of Margaret Thatcher
BONNER: How will people interact with the building a generation from now? What path will we blaze back to now for future discoveries? What we build is a time capsule
ROBINSON: In the event the worst happens, the best place to weather a man-made disaster is probably far from crowded and chaotic urban centres
CHIDIAC: By eliminating homelessness, the Alberta city has reduced the crime rate, the workload on first responders, hospital emergency visits and pressure on the courts
BONNER: No city’s emergency plan focuses enough on what we can do to protect ourselves, like planting trees, stiffening homes against wind and getting survival gear