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Montreal is the laughing stock of North America when it comes to infrastructure management. Specifically, a legacy of corruption, short-sighted planning, and the sheer incompetence of its political leadership have hobbled one of the largest cities on the continent when it comes to managing traffic and attracting international investment. To this we can now add the hubris of newly-elected Montreal mayor Valerie Plante and Plateau-Mont-Royal borough mayor Luc Ferrandez in deciding to close Mount Royal to automobile traffic in the spring of 2018.

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Five Thoughts about the Auto Industry for April 22, 2011

April 22, 2011 – 4:06 pm | Edit Post

The New York auto show has given everyone plenty to talk about this week, with a number of interesting new vehicle introductions and plenty of speculation to fuel conversation about the future of several brands and their models. Let’s take a quick look at five auto industry stories that caught my eye over the past seven days.

Five Thoughts about the Auto Industry for April 8, 2011

April 8, 2011 – 4:20 pm | Edit Post

Another week has come and gone, and with it a number of interesting trends and stories in the automotive industry that don’t always get covered by the mainstream press. Let’s take a quick look at a few of the goings-on that caught my eye over the past seven days.

Five Thoughts about the Auto Industry for March 28, 2011

March 25, 2011 – 4:39 pm | Edit Post

It’s Friday, which means it’s time to take a look back at what has been going on in the auto industry and point out some of the more interesting stories that are gathering headlines – or in some cases, not attracting enough notice.