Toronto will be able to build bike lanes in less time for less money thanks to new provincial rules, says the city's manager of cycling infrastructure and programs.
Toronto will no longer do … [Read more...]
Bike traffic is up — way up — on the redesigned portion of Queens Quay that includes an extension of the Martin Goodman Trail on the south side of the street.Despite some initial confusion about how … [Read more...]
A bike lane along the full length of Bloor-Danforth has always been a no-brainer. People on bicycles need an east-west thoroughfare just as much as motorists do, but they’ve never had one. … [Read more...]
A good abbreviated history of the push for bike lanes on Bloor, from the Star.
Want to add your name to the thousands of people pledging support for bikelanes? Click through to Bloor Loves Bikes … [Read more...]
Be sure and check out the animation (scroll down a bit in link) that shows that car travel times have not only not been affected, but that cars are moving faster on Richmond and Adelaide. Bikes have … [Read more...]
Excellent piece in Torontoist that maps out (and summarizes) all the new bikelanes schedule for installation in 2016. Note: these still have to be approved, but this is what city staff are … [Read more...]
The Bloor lanes form part of the city's proposed 10-year, $13.5 million cycling plan, which promises to fill critical gaps in the existing bike lane network, expand onto new streets, and renew rundown … [Read more...]
Work is progressing on extending the Richmond and Adelaide Cycle Tracks east to Parliament! Wonderful pics from the City of Toronto Cycling Facebook Group.
Buffer markings for the Richmond Cycle … [Read more...]
Great idea! Where can we do this in Toronto?
Jonathan Fertig, a Boston resident and bike commuter, created a functioning protected bike lane one one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the … [Read more...]