Roundup of Urban News – June 20 to June 27, 2012

  • “[I]t turns out that Downtown Vancouver traffic volumes in 2010 are equal to those in about 1965,” writes Gordon Price. “But you can bet that the traffic projections done when the original graph was drawn in 1976 would have projected a massive increase in traffic by now. How would traffic planners done that?” Find out at Price Tags: Extraordinary Facts from the Past: How traffic projections were done (June 26, 2012).

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