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INFRASTRUCTURE: What do you think of protected bike lanes?

Dandyhorse asked cyclists near Sherbourne and Wellesley (sadly, the most "sophisticated" bike lanes in Toronto) what they thought of these separated bike lanes: Sherbourne and Wellesley is a … [Read more...]

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PUBLIC MEETING: Thurs, Apr 9 – Humber Bay Shores Park Trail Improvements

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The City of Toronto invites you to learn more and give your input on proposed trail improvements in Humber Bay Shores Park. Upgrades are needed to accommodate the increased popularity of this … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Bike to Transit survey shows need for more bike infrastructure at GO stations

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A survey of 100 bike-to-GO commuters produced by Donald Wiedman of Bike to Transit shows that the GTA, with its steadily increasing population along with the increasing popularity of commuter cycling, … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: How to build separated bike lanes properly

A great article on Streetsblog about Seattle's new Broadway bikelane.  THIS is how separated bikelanes should be planned and built.  Check out these amazing separation pieces: We’re bike lane … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Can Bike Lanes Connect Divided Communities?

What do bike lanes, racial equity, and economic equity all have in common? According to a new report by PeopleforBikes, quite a lot. The recently released report, “Building Equity: Race, Ethnicity … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Protected intersections for Richmond Adelaide cycle track pilot project

Cycle Toronto is recommending protected intersections for Richmond and Adelaide.  Awesome. We propose the City adopt protected intersections as a more efficient and safer way to manage the … [Read more...]

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OH YEAH: Bike Host program helps newcomers get in gear in Toronto

When Carlos Magbitang and his family emigrated to Toronto from the Philippines in 2013, he was surprised by how many bike lanes the city had. “Riding bikes here in Canada is very different from the … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Can Protected Bike Lanes Help Close the Gender Gap in Cycling?

The gender gap in North American cycling is a well-documented phenomenon. According to a survey undertaken by the Federal Highway Administration in 2009, women riders accounted for only 24 percent of … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: College and Spadina under construction for most of April

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  The city is letting cyclists know that the College & Spadina intersection will be a construction workzone for most of April.  Using Harbord may be a smoother trip. I know the College … [Read more...]

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INFRASTRUCTURE: Hamilton Bike Share Officially Launches

Awesome news from just down the QEW - and an interesting system. Rather than bikedocks like Bikeshare Toronto, people can lock up to any bikerack in the service area (for an extra fee). The $1.6 … [Read more...]

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