Many condo buyers are happily going carless
By Robert Hof
Very interesting material here about the role of the car in our urban lives.
Urban life can be hectic, and often doesn’t leave us the time or the inclination to get to know our neighbourhoods. In the face of that, many people are starting to live a more conscientious, purposeful lifestyle, considering how the way they live impacts their surroundings. In the fourth part of this series, we look at how car usage is changing. Two years ago, Ted and Cathy Blackbourn were so sick of commuting to Toronto from Kitchener that they sold their house and moved into a condo in the St. Lawrence market area.