VANCOUVER, BC - Around the world, city streets are being transformed into better places to walk, socialize and celebrate. But how do these changes influence the way we feel and treat other people?
Happy Streets Living Lab: Presented by MODUS, City of Vancouver, MODUS, Urban Realities Laboratory and Happy City Lab is an experiment that will take place during Project for Public Space’s Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place conference on September 12 - 14, 2016.
The Tsawwassen First Nation - Community Housing Plan
The Tsawwassen First Nation (TFN) in BC worked with Modus to develop a Community Housing Plan that will provide a long- term vision for the area. The intent is to provide sufficient housing and land to allow present and future generations to live near the water in their ancestral home. Modus led an integrated team to help the TFN determine the best use of their lands, including new types of housing.
District of Squamish - Squamish 2040 Official Community Plan
Modus is engaging the community of Squamish, BC, on their priorities for Squamish 2040, the Official Community Plan Update. Over 1,200 people participated in activities including: a public open house and questionnaire, interviews and workshops. In Phase 1, the family-friendly open house included interactive engagement stations such as a 'selfie' station and large walkable map. The project is now in Phase 2.
Translink - 29th Ave Exchange Concept and Design Plan
Modus led an integrated planning, engineering and design team to develop a Transit Exchange Conceptual Design for the 29th Ave Skytrain station. The design involves reconfiguring the 29th Avenue Bus Exchange and passenger areas to enhance the environment for pedestrians and enable better multi-modal integration while offering more efficient movement for buses.