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May 21: Latest Comments Update

Comment: BikeMonth on BikingToronto

This is money. This took a lot of work. Now, you’re not going to want to hear this, but most of the Apple/Google Calendar using hedonists need this data in an iCal format. Then we can just drop it into our calendars like advent chocolates. Is there any way that could happen, maybe not this year, but next?
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Comment: Headlines: Fixing Worn Out BikeLane Paint

Yes, I believe it’s only legal for taxi’s and delivery vehicles to stop in bikelanes in Toronto – and then only for the purposes of pick-ups or drop-offs. They aren’t allowed to sit there and do nothing. Private autos are never allowed to.
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Comment: Headlines: Fixing Worn Out BikeLane Paint

Is parking in bike lanes illegal in Toronto?  In California, parking is generally legal unless bike lane parking is specifically marked as prohibited. Hence, what’s pictured above is generally legal in California.  The autotweet/comment feature is pretty cool!
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