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    Transit-Oriented Cottages: How The Return Of A Train Line Will Prove Transit Can Change Everything

    The return of Ontario's Northlander train service means more than just transportation — it represents a small yet significant step toward greater accessibility and affordability.

    Urbanity Fair

    Part Of The Solution, Not The Problem: Uber Is Driving Our Public Transit System Forward

    Public transit users face a persistent challenge known as the "last mile" — the distance to your final destination that may be a bit too far to walk. Rideshare offerings like Uber and Lyft help fill that gap.

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    "The Master Plan" Captures Toronto's Ingrained NIMBYism

    Earlier this summer, Crow's Theatre presented "The Master Plan" by Michael Healey, in its own original production. The play, which has now concluded its run, was inspired by the book "Sideways: The City Google Couldn't Buy," by Josh O’Kane.

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    Am I Converted? I Visited Vienna’s Rental Market

    Vienna’s innovative social housing model, which has been in place for almost a century, shows how de-commodification of housing can benefit everyone. It's something Toronto can learn from.

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    Beauty Or Beast: Building Greener But Uglier Cities

    The way we are designing today to meet green standards makes me wonder: where are we heading exactly? To greener but uglier cities?

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    It’s Happening: Toronto is Working to Become a Car-Free Society

    Much has happened since Toronto removed minimum parking developments for new developments. Here are the ways it's becoming car-free.

    Toronto