Blogger Michael Holloway has an interesting post about the possibility that mayor-elect Rob Ford will take Toronto down the road from civic power to corporate power:
The over all strategy is to … [Read more...]
Over on the Cyclops blog, there's a nice little post about the art that is being inspired by noted bikelane "hesitant" (I'd say opponent, but he's admitted that bikelanes are appropriate in places … [Read more...]
Nodders talks about what Rob Ford's election means for the Toronto Cycling Community. Does the "Community" need to re-position itself and move from a "Share the Road!" message to a "More Bikes = Less … [Read more...]
Toronto is waking up this morning with an "Oh My Gawd, what have we done?" look on it's face.
More people voted for noted anti-cyclist mayoral candidate Rob Ford than any other (but not the rest of … [Read more...]
It feels as though the municipal election campaign has been going on forever, but we're finally at Election Day. Remember to get out there and vote.
Your City Councillors:
We put together a … [Read more...]
There's a "Bike Lanes on Bloor" ride being planned for this Saturday, Oct. 23 - to bring attention to the cause right before the municipal election on Mon, Oct. 25th.
With an election on Monday, … [Read more...]
A couple days ago we let you know about the Bike Union publishing how a bunch of City Councillors (the ones who participated in TCATs election survey) have voted on bikelane installation motions … [Read more...]
The Toronto Cyclists Union is continuing their excellent work on getting cyclists involved in the municipal elections of Oct. 25th.
They've just released a wrap-up (PDF) of the voting records of … [Read more...]
A few days ago we told you about Rocco Rossi's Flip-Flop on bikelanes on major streets (he likes the idea now).
The Toronto Star has published a map (above) of where these physically-separate … [Read more...]
The Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) released the results of its 2010 Municipal Candidate Election Surveys yesterday:
TCAT surveyed all Toronto candidates to provide voters the … [Read more...]
Sarah Thomson has dropped out of Toronto's mayoral race and put her support behind George Smitherman.
This is big news for cycling because Thomson's "BikeCity" plan was the most thorough and best … [Read more...]
This morning saw some of the candidates for mayor join the Toronto Cyclists Union for a little symbolic ride and press conference downtown today:
The 30 minute ride, which stayed within the downtown … [Read more...]