Rambles in the Rustbelt is a series of audio explorations celebrating heritage architecture in Ontario. In this episode, Benjamin A. Vazquez leads us on a tour of Guelph, Ontario. Join us for this walk and explore the area.
In a recent article for Citylab, Aarian Marshall reports on McGill University doctoral candidate Ehab Diab and the transportation planner and associate professor Ahmed El-Geneidy study that suggests there’s a best—and cheapest corner for passenger pickups. The ideal bus stop placement has been a matter of debate for many. Some believe the best place to […]
After much delay, the City of Guelph released a tender for a general contractor to start renovation work this spring at Guelph Central Train Station. In 2013, a tender was released however a contractor was not found that would stay within the $925,000 budget approved by council. The new budget is now $2.1 million which was approved by Council […]
Over 300 million tires are thrown out each year in Canada and the United States alone. Instead of accumulating in landfills, vacant lots, and your garage, there are companies out there that have a new plan for those unused eyesores – Rubber Sidewalks. This may sound a little bizarre but there are already a handful of companies out […]