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OH YEAH: City Staff are getting some help!

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Well… I don’t know about you, but boring City motions combined with a Request for Proposal is not my idea of a good time… BUT this one is pretty cool.. It’s for some help for the chronically understaffed cycling section of  the City’s Transportation Services department!  Let’s keep ramping up this city’s infrastructure! Provision of […]


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Reminder: Group Commute Pancake Breakfast is on Monday

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  Just a reminder in case you don’t know… the Annual Group Commute to a Free Pancake Breakfast at City Hall runs on Monday morning (May 30th).  Groups of cyclists meet at set points around the city (list and map below) and bike downtown – all meeting up at City Hall… where the City gives […]


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The Bixi Toronto Press Release – Full Text

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Here is the full text of the City of Toronto press release about the May 3, 2011 Launch of Bixi Toronto.  If you’d like to download the PDF for yourself, you can find it on Google Docs here. March 15, 2011 BIXI Toronto set to launch on May 3 The City of Toronto and the […]


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Tonight’s Sharrow meeting CANCELLED

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Urgent Message from the City of Toronto Because of an error discovered in the Rush-Hour Sharrow Evaluation data analysis, tonight’s public meeting has been CANCELLED. The City of Toronto does not wish to misrepresent the data collected as part of this project, and so the data collected must be re-evaluated in full before any findings […]


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City of Toronto releases Bicycle Count Statistics

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In September 2010, the City of Toronto conducted the first ever count of cyclists heading into (and out of) the downtown core.  To measure these numbers, they established 4 “screenlines” along Spadina, Bloor, Jarvis and Queens Quay and counted cyclists entering and exiting the downtown zone between 7 am and 7 pm on days without […]


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Help the City of Toronto plan the 2011 Bike Map

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The City of Toronto has posted a survey online to get your feedback about the Toronto Cycling Map: The City of Toronto is conducting this survey to learn about how people are using the Map, what works, and what could be improved. Every year the City publishes and distributes 150,000 Cycling Maps free of charge. […]


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City of Toronto starts advertising Sharrows

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The City of Toronto, as part of their cycling education efforts (aimed at both cyclists and drivers) have started an advertising campaign about sharrows (or “share arrows”, which show road users that a street should be shared). The ads are running on The Star, The Sun, The Weather Network and MapQuest web sites for the […]


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College Street Cycling Survey – Call for Participants

From the City of Toronto: The City of Toronto is working with the Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT) and the Clean Air Partnership (CAP) to evaluate cycling conditions on College Street before and after the installation of a new  bicycle pavement marking application – and we need your help. What will I need to […]


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