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OH YEAH! Toronto might get a glow in the dark bike path

The amount of excitement I have about this is almost dirty.  Ha! A glow in the dark bike path might soon become a reality in Toronto. A similar path, installed in Amsterdam earlier this year, was a huge hit and the studio behind the project have initiated talks to create a Toronto version in time […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Introducing the King High Line

Very awesome proposal. The King High Line is a prospective linear park project on the southwest edge of downtown Toronto, initiated by Urbancorp developers and First Capital Realty. It aims to improve connections between neighbourhoods — just as the West Toronto Railpath has done further north. Indeed, the two projects would compliment each other quite […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Help the City improve the Bike Map for 2015

Help the city make the 2015 Bike Map even more accurate! 99,500 of our 100,000 bike maps are now distributed. Time to start getting files together for the 2015 printing. If you have excellent photos or corrections you think should go on next year’s map, please send them to bikeplan@toronto.ca via Chris Bouchard – City […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Buffered Bikelanes going in on Lansdowne!

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Woo!  It’s about time!  These were approved in 2009 and 2010. So nice to see that Lansdowne buffered bike lanes were installed last night between Dundas and Rideau!Again, this is a whole year after our Ward 14 & 18 groups led their Phantom Bike Lane Ride for the approved-but-missing Lansdowne Lanes. Great local advocacy work! Get […]


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OH YEAH! Bike Finder uses SMA to find Bikeshare Toronto bikes!

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Need to find the closest Bike Share Toronto  station? Text your intersection to 647-559-0509 and Bike Finder will text back the location of the closest station, and how many docks are open. via Cycle Toronto – Need to find the closest Bike Share Toronto….


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NEWS: Cyclists pedaling Minimum Grid in election

Wiped off the road in 2012, only a year and a half after they appeared, the Jarvis lanes became a symbol of the tensions that stoked the divides between motorists and cyclists, downtown and the suburbs.Monday’s civic election offers fresh hope for progress on cycling infrastructure, said Cycle Toronto executive director Jared Kolb.Despite the anti-car/anti-bike […]


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NEWS: Ministry of Labour orders bike racks removed from certain TTC buses

If you’re a cyclist who relies on an articulated TTC bus as part of your commute, you’ll have to get by without the bike rack until the transit agency figures out a solution to a recently discovered safety issue. Bicycles plunked on the racks of certain buses can impair a driver’s view of the road, […]


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OH YEAH! Nominate businesses for the Bike Friendly Business Awards

Join us for the Toronto Bike Awards on November 13, 2014 at 918 Bathurst Culture & Arts Centre. New this year: Top 5 Bike Friendly Businesses! Winning submissions received by Oct. 30 will receive a Bicycle Friendly Business Award from the City of Toronto and are eligible to win: Bike Share Toronto corporate membership Cycle Toronto workshop for the […]


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NEWS: Drivers who door cyclists, use phones face tougher fines in Ontario

Ontario plans to double fines for motorists who door cyclists or use their mobile phones while driving, as part of a sweeping road-safety crackdown. On Tuesday afternoon, Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca reintroduced a list of amendments to the Highway Traffic Act in the legislature. The Liberal government originally put the proposals forward in the […]


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INFRASTRUCTURE: Harbord Bikelanes start to see some green paint

A little more green on Harbord, this time with bike lane markings! via Jo No – Photos from Jo No’s post in City of Toronto Cycling.


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