One Last Loop « Price Tags

Price Tags – January 21, 2008 I do sometimes envy how Gordon Price has a pulse on the city.  In any case, here’s another article is a great piece of news on the elimination of the onramp/offramp loops at the northern end of the Granville Street bridge.  It looks like they will subdivide the area and create more streets.  More walkable blocks and better access … Continue reading One Last Loop « Price Tags

Granville Reconstructed « Price Tags

Price Tags – January 19, 2009 Granville Street is getting a facelift starting this year.  Since part of Granville Street was ripped up as a part of Canada Line station construction, it made a lot of sense to do something else with the street. Well, the Granville Street Redesign is finally moving from paper into reality.  It looks like construction is starting soon, and Gordon … Continue reading Granville Reconstructed « Price Tags

Don’t Fight Losing Battles « Price Tags

Resolutions ‘09: Don’t Fight Losing Battles « Price Tags. Gordon Price puts the possibility of putting a rapid transit line out to UBC in perspective.  I’m sure he speaks from experience here. However, it’s sad to see that projects can be bullied through in one section of town and not in others.  It seems that a change in neighbourhoods is not acceptable, even if a … Continue reading Don’t Fight Losing Battles « Price Tags

Making Gordon Price’s Vancouver Blogosphere list

I’m greatly honoured to know that Gordon Price has been clicking through my site as part of his daily blog reading.  Too bad I can’t blog daily at the moment.  Life continues, you know.  Groceries, laundry, sweeping the floors, dog walking – the simple pleasures of life.  Then add on Christmas.  Yikes. In any case, thank you very much to Gordon for listing me on … Continue reading Making Gordon Price’s Vancouver Blogosphere list

City Program at SFU Harbour Centre

Some of you many not be aware of this great program at SFU Harbour Centre. It’s called the City Program. The program is headed by former City of Vancouver councillor, Gordon Price, and is designed mainly for urban planners. However, they do offer up some lectures that are open to the public. They’re next free lecture is this Thursday, June 5 at 7pm. It features … Continue reading City Program at SFU Harbour Centre