Bicycles plus data. I'm in heaven.
The Globe's bicycle data tracker maps 25 years of collision information from Toronto's Traffic Safety Unit. Add your own markers to highlight dangerous … [Read more...]
Note: Singer Kwinter will be contributing a few posts to BikingToronto in June in honour of Brain Injury Awareness Month.
The release of the 2015 Ontario Budget by the Liberals seeks a dramatic … [Read more...]
A GTA concrete company is taking an unusual step to protect cyclists and pedestrians who may come into contact with their trucks on the road.
Innocon has designed a thick nylon panel called 'The … [Read more...]
You know them; you love them = extreme pro-helmet people. Their arguments may be based on faulty research.
I personally wear a helmet. I also personally support the right of other adults to … [Read more...]
About 100 years ago, the auto industry pulled off a neat trick:
It stole the public roadways from us.
See, in the early days of the motor vehicle, there used to be this quaint idea that the … [Read more...]
Everyone (including me) who bikes in Toronto has a story about a cab driver hitting them. At the least, you've had a near miss with one, because taxi drivers are always in a rush and do not abide by … [Read more...]
The City of Toronto has identified its top 10 worst intersections for collisions involving cyclists, and those for other vehicles.For cyclists, the following intersections had the highest rate of … [Read more...]
A male cyclist has died after being struck by a vehicle in Scarborough, Toronto Paramedic Services confirm.
The collision occurred around 2:15 p.m., on Warden Ave., near Bertrand Ave., north of … [Read more...]
A middle-aged male cyclist is the third person to be struck by a TTC streetcar in less than three weeks.Paramedics responded to a call of a cyclist hit by a streetcar on Queen St. W. near Spadina Ave. … [Read more...]
A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with serious injuries after he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bike in the city’s west end.
It happened around 1:30 a.m. as the man was riding his … [Read more...]