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EVENT: Sept. 21 – Bagels for Bike Lanes at the Harbord Bakery


I love this.  A fantastic pro-bike and pro-business event at an anti-bikelane business. Date: Sat. Sept. 21 Time: 11 am Where: Harbord Bakery, 115 Harbord St. Harbord Bakery makes some … [Read more...]

New “Doored!” website tracks Toronto “door prizes”


  When it came out that Toronto Police weren't tracking "dooring" incidents, one Toronto man and coder decided he'd build a system to allow everyone to submit dooring incidents. Check … [Read more...]

TTC rejects Bixi but offers a distant hope

The TTC is in no position to save the Bixi bike-sharing program. But its board has agreed to take another look at the possibility if the city doesn’t come up with another solution. The TTC doesn’t … [Read more...]

Public Bike Maintenance Station, now at Steamwhistle Brewery

Steamwhistle Public Bike Maintenance Station

Instagram user (and beer lover) BeerWithMeTO spotted a very cool public bike maintenance station set up by Steamwhistle Brewery.  Free tools and free air.  If ever you needed another excuse to drink … [Read more...]

TTC won’t save Bixi bikeshare program

Citing a lack of "financial sustainability" and "not part of our core business", the TTC is not going to take over Bixi. I'll pause here so you can go back and re-read that sentence. ... Read … [Read more...]

Activists install separated bike lane in 10 minutes for $350, Seattle follows through

seattle guerrilla lane

Bit of a dated story, but it's soooo good.  Can this happen in Toronto? Seattle cycling advocates spent $350 and 10 minutes installing bollards on a painted bikelane and making it a MUCH safer … [Read more...]

BIXI: It can totally transform Toronto if done right

What can be done with Bixi Toronto?  Just look at New York! In what seemed to happen almost overnight, New York City changed its transportation system as we know it, adding another mode of … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Comparing Bike Infrastructure in Toronto and Montreal


Both Toronto and Montreal have made progress towards creating a connected network of bike lanes, yet each has taken a different approach. In the 1980s, Montreal became one of the earliest cities in … [Read more...]

Does Harbord Need a Bi-Directional Separated Bikelane?


Harbord St. might be getting a shake-up as the city drafts plans for a bi-directional cycling track, coming in 2014. At a consultation at Kensington Gardens last week, planners heard out opinionated … [Read more...]

REVIEW: 2013 Complete Streets Forum

  Dandyhorse has a great re-cap of the 2013 Complete Streets Forum: Hundreds of practitioners, professionals and advocates gathered for the 2013 Complete Streets Forum on Monday May 27, 2013, … [Read more...]