Hong Kong is already home to some of the most expensive real estate in the world, but the recent sale price on a luxury parking spot is really driving the issue home. A businessman purchased the 11 by 17 foot space for around $877,000 Canadian.
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Madrid’s transit authority is banning manspreading on its vehicles. The Spanish city’s buses now brandish signs asking men to be considerate of how much space they take up, following in the footsteps of cities in the U.S., Australia and Japan.
A collaboration between University of Manitoba city planning professor Janice Barry and an Australian colleague, this book examines how urban bureaucracies and Indigenous land claims can exist side-by-side.