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NEWS: Toronto gaining momentum among cycling cities


Torontonians make 96,000 bike trips a day and the numbers are growing. So is the city’s momentum when it comes to building cycling infrastructure, says the Pembina Institute, a national environmental … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Toronto to build $20 million bridge at Fort York


The Fork York Pedestrian Bridge is back, as Build Toronto unveiled a new design for the infrastructure project that Rob Ford notoriously cancelled back in 2011. The new bridge isn't quite as stunning … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Cactus Club stops valet parking in bike lane after tweets


Good PR for the Cactus Club.  I now know about it and may visit and give them some business for showing respect for the bikelane. The Cactus Club Cafe opened up on Adelaide Street West in Toronto's … [Read more...]

ELSEWHERE: Detroit paints 170 miles of new bike lanes, bike commuting jumps 400%


Detroit, Michigan is paving the way towards a more sustainable urban space by investing in bicycle infrastructure. Since 2006, the city has created 170 miles of bike lanes, and since 2000, bike … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: The Math Behind Minimum Grid


Minimum Grid calls for 100 km of bike boulevards on residential streets and 100 km of protected lanes on main roads. The combination of coverage in both residential neighbourhoods and high-traffic … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: Toronto cross-town bike lane could be a game-changer


The Suzuki Foundation supports bikelanes on Bloor and Danforth! Toronto already has lanes on shorter streets, such as Adelaide in the downtown core, and they're proving very popular. Since bike lanes … [Read more...]