Dandyhorse Magazine starts a “dandycommute” series of posts: This is the first in a series about commuting by bike to work. In this first dandyBLOG post about commuting by bike to work, I say goodbye to summer and hello to multimodal commuting methods on my new super (long) commute. This series will continue with more photos [...]
Duncan looks at the changing New York City bike commute on his City Rides blog: Only a small percentage of the ride is along streets with sharrows and, notice too, that NYC DOT isn’t trying to squeeze one size fits all cycling infrastructure onto a wide variety of streets… Real cycling infrastructure influences real change. [...]
The Partnership for Integration and Sustainable Transportation (a joint initiative of CultureLink Settlement Services and the Toronto Cyclists Union) has launched The Toronto Cyclists Handbook. Read more…
As most of us already know, the City of Toronto has recently joined the growing number of cities with a public bike sharing program. BIXI Toronto, based off of Montreal’s successful BIXI program, will be hitting Toronto’s streets as early as May 2011. Though there isn’t much information online about the program and how it [...]
Article by Catherine Porter in the Toronto Star: Now, I drive a car too, and can list the reasons why I choose to bike most days: the smell of lilac bushes in the morning, the sense of freedom, the endorphins. But I can also tell you that I get frightened on my bike in a [...]
What is the price of gridlock? Do you calculate it in money wasted while idling on a 400 series highway? Do you calculate it in lost productivity due to late workers? Do you calculate it in personal time lost for the simple “pleasure” of driving yourself, alone, to work? From The Toronto Star: Toronto ranked [...]
Patrick Cain at the Toronto Star loves maps (who doesn’t?). He’s done a couple general commuting maps for the GTA, but has just released one just about Commuter Cyclists, organized by Census Tracts. The map looks pretty much like you’d expect… higher levels of people using bicycles as their primary mode of getting to work [...]
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