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INFRASTRUCTURE: Great new brickwork on Queens Quay multi-use path

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Awesome looking brick patterns on part of the Martin-Goodman trail alongside Queens Quay as the multi-year reconstruction nears completion! Great new stonework installed on Toronto's section of the … [Read more...]

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ELSEWHERE: Bike lane down center of Korean highway is covered with solar panels

Love this idea.  How many commuters in the burbs would stop commuting by car and use lanes like these along the 400 and 404? If it's a long commute, get a bike with electrical assist.  Way more … [Read more...]

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ELSEWHERE: Biking Skyrockets Where San Diego Added Buffered Bike Lanes

Build bike infrastructure and they will ride. It’s true just about everywhere, including San Diego. Thanks to bike counters set up around the region, Network blog Bike SD got data showing that … [Read more...]

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OH YEAH: 5 quick fixes that would bring cycling in T.O. into the 21st century

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Cycle Toronto's Jared Kolb gives us a quick list of 5 easy things Toronto can do to get up to speed on what's happening with cycling infrastructure in other major world cities.   Great … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Cycling group lobbies for boost in funding infrastructure outside of downtown Toronto

Totally agree.  Having bikelanes downtown is ideal, and we're starting to see lots of bike commuting downtown.  More *separated* bikelanes downtown please... BUT, the old suburbs of Toronto is where … [Read more...]

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ELSEWHERE: The World’s Most Bike-Friendly Cities

Great job Montreal!  I'm gonna be in you in late May.  Looking forward to checking you out. There are lots of cities where it's good to be a cyclist, but some are truly two-wheel paradises. The … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Cycling routes in Ontario get financial bump

The provincial government says it's moving ahead with a $25-million investment over three years to create a more cycling-friendly Ontario. The plan includes $15 million for cycling routes that … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Bicycle award divides Toronto’s cycling community

Toronto's recent "Gold" designation (and the division about it) is hitting the mainstream media.  I tend to agree with Jared of Cycle Toronto... there are enough uninformed and anti-car politicians … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: A New Bike Corral on Harbord!

Spotted on Harbord by Harbord Collegiate (just west of Bathurst) - a bike corral!  Now a dozen bikes can be parked in the space formerly wasted on just 1 car. Look at what just popped up on Harbord … [Read more...]

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NEWS: Toronto receives “gold” award at the Ontario Bike Summit. No one is sure why.

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Toronto received a "gold" bicycle friendly community designation at the Ontario Bike Summit from Share the Road earlier this week, but no one really knows why.  Unlike the League of American … [Read more...]

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