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NEWS: Cyclist struck, seriously injured in Mississauga


A Mississauga cyclist suffered serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle Wednesday evening. Peel Regional Police said the middle-aged male cyclist was struck on southbound Southdown Road, near … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Toronto data proves Narrow Car Lanes Are Safer—and Still Move Plenty of Cars


A common refrain from anti-bikelane people is "wahh, wahh, there is no room for bikelanes... we can't narrow car lanes because we just can't!".  Okay, I may be paraphrasing, but you know this … [Read more...]

NEWS: Toronto police mobile app lets you report cars parked in bike lanes


Very cool.  The Toronto Police Service has released a new app that allows any Torontonian to report crimes, including (and they've confirmed this for me on twitter) cars parking in bike … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Toronto hires first sustainable transportation director


Toronto!  You shock me sometimes.  This is fantastic! A veteran transportation planning consultant has been named the city’s first director of transit and sustainable transportation. Hilary … [Read more...]

OH YEAH: Wheelys bicycle cafe pedalling its way to Toronto


More coverage about Wheelys: Coffee lovers in Toronto may soon be able to get their brew by bicycle. Wheelys Cafe, based in Sweden, builds custom bikes that transform into pop-up coffee shops. A … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cyclist struck on College Street


A cyclist was struck by a vehicle just west of University Avenue on College Street on Thursday morning. A woman riding the bicycle was brought to hospital with head injuries, and is in serious … [Read more...]

NEWS: Danforth bike lanes gain ground


Danforth Loves Bikes!  Bikes Love Danforth!  Obviously, making a street safe for all the people who use it means more business for all the stores and restaurants on that street. This is the start … [Read more...]

NEWS: Cyclist-pedestrian confrontation highlights Queen’s Quay growing pains


Const. Clint Stibbe, with the Toronto Police, said no charges were laid following the incident, which he viewed online. Stibbe said you can’t blame the road on people’s mistakes. “The issue isn’t the … [Read more...]

OH YEAH! Toronto Bike Share system is expanding, with help from a cycling CEO


Biking Toronto hightlighted this Dandyhorse story last week, but it's good to see TreeHugger picking up on it. Five years ago, when Toronto got its new bike share system, I thought it would be … [Read more...]

NEWS: Pedestrian punches cyclist in the face for running Queen’s Quay red light


Okay, the pedestrian needs some anger management courses, but the cyclist should have been more careful.  Red lights mean stop.  Share public space. An angry pedestrian was caught on video … [Read more...]