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Arbutus Greenway North End: We walked from Valley to Granville Island today. Since I was on foot there are more photos than the last episode. A woodchip trail has now been laid parallel to the blacktop between King Ed and 16th. It would appear that some of the neighbours have needed to adapt a STOP sign to something more ...
Evidence based policy making: There was a flurry of commentary yesterday in the wake of the budget. General approval of the huge expansion of funding for more transit services, but griping at the removal of the tax concession to transit passes. Now we could get into a debate about how the BC Liberals seem prepared to go into ...
WPC: It IS Easy Being Green: via Photo Challenge: It IS Easy Being Green! Parque Josone in Varadero, Cuba where even the water in the boating lake is green.  Filed under: photography, tourism Tagged: Cuba, green, photo challenge, Varadero, WordPress, WPC
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The “No plans to dredge the Fraser” plan: Removal of the George Massey Tunnel to enable deeper dredging could begin the excruciating demise of the Fraser as the world’s greatest salmon river. In my view, truth has been another casualty. Let’s focus on the government talking point of “no plans to dredge.” Whenever the intended channel dre...
Welcome to Garden City conservation: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada has long been known as the Garden City. This blog aims to provide informed in-depth opinion on a range of conservation issues of interest to the Garden City community, which is centred in Richmond but extends around B.C. and the globe. _________ Background for n...
Transmission project harms the estuary: Last fall, I addressed the Massey transmission line issue on this blog. Electric power lines, secure in the tunnel in working condition, were to be junked. New lines would be suspended over the Fraser from towers 120 metres tall. The effect would be massive clutter, with no evident benefits for R...
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The ill conceived Surrey LRT and the missed regional transit opportunity: Ill conceived, since according to Translink [1], The proposed Surrey L line (Guilford, Surrey central newton, titled LRT 4 in the transit study), was among the poorest options Translink has studied for Surrey. An option which will saddle translink with increased operation cost without matching r...
Arbutus corridor and accessibility: a straw man argument?: the debate is framed like it: to be against a blacktop path  is to be against accessibility. Accessibility for all activities or all abilities? It is no secret that the debate is mainly  geared by the Vancouver cycling community, and the main local organization, HUB, has made clear its vision; ...

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