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VISION ZERO: Torontonians share personal stories of close calls on city’s deadly streets


Everyone has a story of cars hitting themselves or someone they love.  EVERY DAY I have a story seeing a driver/car almost hitting someone at College and Bay (near my work), and I cross that … [Read more...]

NEWS: Bikeshare Toronto System is Temporarily Closed


Bikeshare Toronto is closed this weekend to upgrade all their systems and to get ready for a big expansion! The Bike Share Toronto system is temporarily closed. If you have a bike out, please return … [Read more...]

VISION ZERO: Drivers who kill or injure pedestrians, cyclists often avoid criminal charges


The driver who ran a red light in Scarborough and killed cyclist Edouard Le Blanc received a $700 fine and was handed six demerit points. “Justice is not being served, not for the victims, … [Read more...]

VISION ZERO: 5 cities Toronto could copy to improve road safety


Sixteen pedestrians have been killed on Toronto streets in 2016. That's 16 more people than John Tory would like. His aim is to bring those pedestrian fatalities to a halt, with zero by … [Read more...]

VISION ZERO: ‘We’re asking our politicians to act': Victims of Toronto’s deadly streets call for change


I'm devastated just reading this article.  I would've been a mess at the press conference.  Shame on politicians who think *any* death on our streets for the sake of speedy travel by cars is … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto


TL;DR - There's a ton of red tape. Hayward-Gulati says the City uses a design guidebook called the Ontario Traffic Manual when planning new roadways. The guide defines the dimensions, signage, and … [Read more...]

EVENT: Sat, June 18 – Scarborough Cycles Bike Hub Launch

Bike Repair Poster.pdf

Date: Sat. Jun. 18 Time: 12 pm – 2 pm Where: Scarborough Cycles Bike Hub at AccessPoint (Danforth and Vic Park) Join us to celebrate our new community bicycle hub! Events include: bike … [Read more...]

VISION ZERO: Friends and family of road violence victims call for end to traffic fatalities and serious injuries


Friends and family of road violence victims gathered at Nathan Phillips Square to call on City Council for an end to traffic-related fatalities and severe injuries. Council is set to vote on the new … [Read more...]

INFRASTRUCTURE: How Council Likes Bike Lane Plans More than Bike Lanes


On the surface, the [new 10-year cycling network] plan appears to be a healthy step forward for cycling in Toronto. After a rocky series of events for the Bloor bike lane pilot project, the 10-year … [Read more...]

VISION ZERO: Mayor John Tory responds to criticism by embracing Vision Zero road safety plan


For a guy who doesn't bike often, he sure is backpedaling furiously...  although let's note that he's not offering a date as a goal. Toronto’s new road safety plan has gone from “Zero Vision” … [Read more...]