To bikingtoronto, I drove to work today, it took me 40min and I count 19 cyclists: ran over Red Lights, and over STOP signs and also cycling between the cars danegerously etc.... I don't understand how limited in common sense those bikers are ! Comparing to cars I could only do comparisation this way 95% cyclists are intolerant/without respect to the la
He's supposed to park his truck in an actual parking spot. Other people do it. He can too.Sorry to hear about your grandmother. Her car can stop to load or unload in a bikelane, but can NOT be parked there.BlogTO recently put together a handy guide that you may find useful:http://www.blogto.com/city/201...
The west end ward groups are great! At times I've been far less smitten with some of the other cells and overall choices, but there's a lot of good work and energy from these folks, perhaps in part because the problems are salient and there's a black hole for safer biking admitted to by both bike plan and bike manager, except for Bloor, which
Few! What a silly title, there are more than a few, it should be other way around "a few good cyclists" when I drive from High Park to Downtown Toronto I pass around 20 of them all I say all cross intersections on the RED light nearly hit pedestrians they do not care and have no respect to the other people and a cars!
What do you expect the postal worker to do? How is he supposed to deliver the mail? I believe that they are exempt. It would be crazy to ask him to park the car in the one lane of traffic. Bikes are flexible, they can drive around the guy. I have a disabled grandmother. I pick her up for appointments. She has a disabled parking permit, so she is allowed to s