Only a week to go!
A pedal-powered parade to celebrate cycling! Bells on Danforth returns for our fourth annual family-friendly ride across the Danforth. This year the ride reverses direction, … [Read more...]
“We want downtown to be accessible by all modes of transportation and I think if we say, ‘Well, we’re not interested in separated bike lanes because of this and that, we’re going to basically exclude … [Read more...]
Big ups to Councillor Paula Fletcher, who has requested that those awesome jersey barriers that have separated the eastbound viaduct bikelanes from car traffic (above) during a period of construction … [Read more...]
I tend to agree with the main concept here... that suburban arterials need bike infrastructure badly... but cars go SO fast on those roads, it's impossible to feel safe even in a bikelane that is just … [Read more...]
Well, BlogTO is all about linkbaity headlines today, I guess. The BlogTO article (linked below) is headlined "Downtown bike lane network to get major upgrade", which bring up visions of all bikelanes … [Read more...]
It's funny that this is showing up a poll done for the Sun, but great news!
Almost two-thirds of Toronto residents think the city should invest in bicycle infrastructure downtown, a new poll … [Read more...]
To be frank, this is ridiculous. Who believes that a WheelTrans bus can't park OVER a curb that rises, at most, 4 inches off the ground?
So... is this the start of the dismantling of our brand new … [Read more...]
Great news... a proposal to extend the Richmond and Adelaide Cycle Tracks east to Parliament.
In 2014, the City installed cycle tracks separated bike lanes on Richmond St., Adelaide St. and Simcoe … [Read more...]
Over the past several years, protected bike lanes have taken off across North America. Between 1874 and 2011, 78 of these facilities were built in America. By 2014, there were 191 protected bike lanes … [Read more...]
Fresh off his ride into Outer Harbour (for a fundraiser, wearing a pink cape, because he's a good sport) last monday, Jared Kolb will be answering questions about Cycle Toronto, Minimum Grid, … [Read more...]
More in the press about this.
A block-long section of the separated bike lane between Duncan and John Streets was dismantled Tuesday evening, allowing Bell Media vehicles to park on the north side of … [Read more...]
Gah. Some infuriating quotes in this article.
While Cressy said Bell Media was never allowed to park there in the first place, the city department that granted the permit disagrees with him.
“Yup, … [Read more...]