Time and money in the 905: it’s amazing the stranglehold car commuting puts on us. In Brampton, a family is trying to work around the weighty inevitability of it all. Coincidentally, the Toronto Star looked at their efforts right at the time of the Toronto International Auto Show, a major fest of cool cars and long payment plans.
Car-less in the 905. One family’s quest for automotive freedom. A Brampton family dares to exercise its options and trade two cars for more time together
Nobody is saying the car economy is exactly over. Just that change is coming and change is possible…
6 reasons why cargo bikes are the next big thing
Realize, you may not always get a thank you note along the way…
My life as an, um, activist
One dad’s Twitter photo essay on his daughter’s perilous walk to school
See also: (179) Automobituary
image: wyliepoon via Flickr/CC
More mixed messages from the USA in need of irony-signifying quotation marks: a legal “victory” for the “right” to live in your car. Our back hurts just thinking about this one.
Appeals court overturns Los Angeles ban on living in vehicles. The ruling called the decades-old LA law “cryptic” and discriminatory against homeless people
image: Pearson Scott Foresman via Wikimedia Commons
Behold the global economy’s vast new dross fields:
Where the world’s unsold cars go to die Zero Hedge
image: Collection of Matchbox Cars by VolvoS90 via Wikimedia Commons