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...]
Honestly, not much different than Toronto EXCEPT there is more spent on bike infrastructure and there are more protected bikelanes - which means Toronto can totally catch up and pass Montreal - we … [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...]
Very interesting article on Streetsblog about making bikesharing systems work for more people:
So far, the customer base of American bike-share systems has skewed toward affluent white men. But … [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...]
A good run-down of the new laws affecting our roads.
CYCLISTS MUST GLOW IN THE DARK
DRIVERS NEED TO BE ALERT WHEN EXITING THEIR VEHICLES
DRIVERS NEED TO GIVE CYCLISTS THEIR SPACE
CYCLISTS … [Read more...]
Well, this is light speed for Toronto. After deciding in early July to extend the pilot Cycle Tracks on Richmond and Adelaide over to Parliament St, work is ready to start on actually doing it!
If … [Read more...]
It’s not easy being a bollard.Whether they’re being run over by garbage trucks, removed due to construction or struck by motorists, the flexible posts that separate Toronto’s cycle tracks from the … [Read more...]