Streetcar tracks. They criss-cross the city, forming the backbone of Toronto’s downtown transportation network. They also strike terror into the heart of local cyclists. A recent study showed one third of cyclists sent to the hospital in the city’s core had a run-in with them, either catching their tires on the tracks or slipping on them during wet weather. Metro hit the streets to ask cyclists about their streetcar track stories, and how the situation might be made safer.