The City of Toronto has posted a survey online to get your feedback about the Toronto Cycling Map:
The City of Toronto is conducting this survey to learn about how people are using the Map, what works, and what could be improved.
Every year the City publishes and distributes 150,000 Cycling Maps free of charge.
Unfortunately it doesn’t ask for features that people would like added to the map, but only how often existing features are used currently. Having said that, the map is extremely useful. I always have one in the bottom of my panniers (yes, one in each) so that I can consult it if need be.Recent NEWS Posts:
- INFRASTRUCTURE: Richmond and Adelaide being prepped for new bikelanes
- NEWS: Canada Post “apologizes” after telling cyclist to “go f-k yourself”, and it’s not nearly enough
- NEWS: Canada Post driver parks in bikelane, tells cyclist recording it to “go f–k yourself!”
- NEWS: Bay Street gets a bikelane! (for one miserable block)
- OH YEAH! Is Bicycling a Form of Preventive Health Care?
- OH YEAH! Bike Share Toronto Hackathon & Design Jam
- INFRASTRUCTURE: Why College Street is Toronto cyclists’ ‘dooring zone’
- INFRASTRUCTURE: Improvements sought for 6 Lakeshore Blvd intersections
- INFRASTRUCTURE: The Adelaide bikelane painted buffer is going in
- INFRASTRUCTURE: What are the rules of the bike lane in Toronto?