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Blog September 4, 2012
The next generation of light rail transit has arrived at EBW—just another amazing feature at the MOVE Expo!
Blog August 30, 2012
Former TTC Chair Adam Giambrone, a panellist on the September 11 MOVE Innovation Talks discussion, shares his thoughts on urban transportation and the charrette process.
Media Coverage August 28, 2012
There are a couple of wonderful things about the MOVE: Transportation Expo at Evergreen Brick Works. The first is the venue, in an amazing bit of industrial archaeology, repurposed into public space, a weekly Farmers' Market and the Centre for Green Cities. The second is the presentation, in between and inside the kilns where they used to make the bricks that built Toronto. Most exhibit spaces are neutral and white; here they have mounted the exhibits between pipes and gears and the rusted remains of the brick making equipment. It is brilliantly done.
Media Coverage July 24, 2012
Tanner Zurkoski, 22, spent the last 29 days in vehicular prison to make a very dramatic point about how much time GTA commuters lose to the road each year.
News July 24, 2012
After calling a car “home” for 29 days to raise awareness for the MOVE Expo and transportation issues in the GTHA, Tanner has decided there are better ways to get around the city.
Media Coverage July 23, 2012
Tanner Zurkoski is sitting in the car that’s become his home for a month, and will cease to be such after today. It’s a hybrid that barely allows him to sit in the driver’s seat comfortably without hitting his knees on the steering wheel; he is 6’4” after all. When asked whether there’s anything he wants to say about living in a car, he answers, “I don’t recommend it.”
Blog July 23, 2012
Check out this photo gallery for a closer look at the MOVE Expo, on now at EBW!
Media Coverage July 3, 2012
The Toronto Star: Tanner Zurkoski is living in a car for a month to show how bad Toronto commuters have it
Tanner Zurkoski is living in a car for a month to show how bad Toronto commuters have it. He gives us a tour of his new home.
Media Coverage June 29, 2012
The average Torontonian spends 80 minutes a day commuting in their car. That adds up to about a month out of every year. To drive the point home, Evergreen has enlisted 22-year-old Tanner Zurkoski to live in a Honda Insight—day and night—for four weeks straight.
News June 21, 2012
After a month-long search, Evergreen has selected the person who will be spending an entire month in a car.