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80% of responding Toronto Mayoral and Council candidates support building the Minimum Grid

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Today, Cycle Toronto is pleased to announce that 80% of 142 responding candidates from 42 of Toronto’s 44 wards support building the Minimum Grid in the next term of council. 63% of council incumbents responded to our election questionnaire and 92% of those incumbents support building the Minimum Grid in the next term of council. […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Flex-post bollards now installed on Adelaide

Awww yeah.  Flex-post bollards on Adelaide.  Let’s get these on every bikelane. Bollards now installed to Adelaide CycleTrack, Bathurst-Spadina via Toronto Cycling on Twitter


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Stickers being used for bikelane parking shaming

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Someone has started an instagram account about stickering cars parked in Toronto’s bikelanes. I hate bikelane parkers as much as everyone else, but is defacing property the way to respond? No. Will update when I know more. View: iparkedinabikelane on Instagram.


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OH YEAH: A No-Brainer – Wayfinding for Cyclists

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Original Post: 10 NO BRAINERS: Lead the Way for Cyclists – Spacing Toronto. Here, Jared Kolb, Executive Director of Cycle Toronto, shares his No Brainer on how to introduce clear, consistent wayfinding signage, symbols, and signals for cyclists, and how this could change the way we think and feel about cycling in the city.


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Danforth protected bikelanes with no loss of parking or car lanes

I bike the Danforth twice a day. There is more than enough room for protected bikelanes WHILE maintaining current car traffic “flow” and parking.  Plus it’ll make the entire street safer for pedestrians / shoppers. The Minimum Grid on Danforth (@Pape): maintains 4 rush hour lanes, off peak parking & includes protected bike lanes. Let’s […]


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OH YEAH: 5 things Toronto could learn from Copenhagen

Over the least 50 years, Copenhagan has transformed itself from an auto-focused city into a paradise for cyclists. Every day, more people bike to work in Denmark’s capital and its surrounding urban area than in the entire United States, despite the city having less than one percent of America’s population. Cycling detractors in Toronto often […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: New bike markings at Lakeshore and Strachan

Great new road markings at Lakeshore and Strachan! LOVE the new markings across Lakeshore at the foot of Strachan! So much safer, and more clear, with these in place. via Yvonne Bambrick – City of Toronto Cycling Page (check out Yvonne‘s upcoming book too – the Urban Cycling Survival Guide) 


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Pan Am Games velodrome nears completion in Milton

If you’re into competitive cycling, then this is news for you. The cycling track inside the still-under-construction Milton velodrome won’t be ready for another few weeks still, but even now Curt Harnett can hardly help himself. The three-time Olympic cycling medallist and Canada’s chef de mission for the 2015 Pan Am Games is like an […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Contraflow lanes on Shaw St have doubled bike traffic!

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Following the great news that bike traffic has tripled on Sherbourne, it has more than doubled on Shaw St in less than a year, simply with the addition of a contra-flow bikelane! Contraflow lanes on Shaw St have doubled bike traffic in less than a year. “Shaw Bicycle traffic counted as 606/day pre-bike lane now […]


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NEWS: Sherbourne lanes a cycling success that should inspire more

Following up on the news that bike traffic on Sherbourne is up a whopping 300%, here’s Minnan-Wong trying to appear bike-friendly. The number of cyclists whizzing along Sherbourne St. each day has nearly tripled since its fancy new separated bike lanes opened at the end of 2012, new figures show. The boost in bicycles is […]


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