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TTC Subway Shutdown this weekend. Get your friends on their bikes.

The latest in the never-ending series of subway closures is this weekend and affects the ENTIRE downtown core.  Be sure and let your friends know that biking is way better than the TTC, even when trains are running. Help them out on their first rides if they are nervous. Getting around the downtown core this […]

Should the Scarborough RT become an elevated park?

Elevated separated bikelanes! Elevated separated bikelanes! City council adopted a motion during last night’s transit debate that asks city staff and the TTC to investigate replacing the tracks and electric rails with benches, walking paths, bike trails, and trees from Scarborough Centre to Kennedy station. Building the park may actually be cheaper than simply pulling […]

Separated bike lanes planned in Eglinton re-design

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Great news coming out of public consultations on what Eglinton may look like following construction of the Crosstown LRT. The above is a rendering of what Eglinton may look like, complete with green separated bikelanes.  It looks like a made-up part of the street, as I recognized those blue awnings from being from LOCATION.  Here’s […]

Can We Become a Civilized Cycling Society?

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Excellent short piece in Momentum Magazine by Mia Kahout: For North America to accept and integrate bicycle use into our transportation systems it is important to understand what is standing in the way. To this day, we are faced with a biased mainstream media portrayal of cycling. We are faced with politicians pandering to people […]

Toronto to consider sharrows on tiny section of Bay Street

This is a horrible horrible article entitled “Toronto City Council to consider bike lanes on Bay St“. 1) it’s only 50 metres of Bay Street, near Bloor, and 2) it’s only sharrows.  Sharrows are NOT bikelanes.  They pretty little things with good intentions, but don’t work at all. Drivers still try to force cyclists out […]

EVENT: Sept 26 – Tommy Thompson Park Trails Management Public Meeting

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Date: September 26, 2013 Event Times: 6:30-7:00 PM – Open House 7:00-9:00 PM – Presentations and Discussion Website: www.tommythompsonpark.ca Email: ttp@trca.on.ca Phone: 416-661-6600 ext. 5603 Costs: Free Please join us to review and discuss current issues and the future direction of trails at Tommy Thompson Park Leslie Street Spit. Location: City Hall 100 Queen Street […]

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

Date: Sat. Sept. 21 Time: 11 am Where: Harbord Bakery, 115 Harbord St. Harbord Bakery makes some outstanding baked goods. But theyve stood in the way of bike lanes on Harbord for a decade. We want to show them that cyclists are an important part of their customer base and encourage them to support separated bike lanes on Harbord. […]

EVENT: Oct. 2 – Re-Visioning Yonge Cycling Workshop

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As an initial step in the revisioning of Yonge Street, Cycle Toronto is facilitating a community conversation that will result in a comprehensive, high level gap analysis. We’ll be reviewing the whole of the Yonge Street corridor – from Steeles to Lake Ontario.We’ll start our conversation at the workshop by identifying safety hotspots and barriers […]

“Living Walls” Proposed Along West Toronto Railpath and Train Tracks

Put your hand up if you’d rather see attractive and healthy green walls beside the Railpath instead of ugly soul-destroying concrete? In a press release issued on September 17, a community activist group called the Junction Triangle Rail Committee made a counterproposal: Instead of walls made of concrete, vinyl, or acrylic, why not use plants […]

Bloor Street bikelane being talked about (again)

Encouraging, but why not the Danforth too? The Danforth is wider than Bloor in most places and easily has room for bike infrastructure, plus bike-friendly councillors in Fletcher, McMahon, Davis and Fragedakis. Despite annual rides in support of more cycling infrastructure on the street, there has been no official movement on Bloor since the incomplete […]

#CycleON: Is Ontario’s cycling strategy all talk?

It’s a good vision… but without money and commitment, it’s only a vision.  Let’s make it a reality, please? It would be easy to dismiss Ontario’s new cycling strategy with a cynical, “So, what?” This province and its capital, Toronto, are, well, streets behind other jurisdictions in promoting cycling. Just putting out a policy document […]

Condo developers contribute $1 million to Bixi Toronto

Too many politicians talk a good game, but how many actually follow through? Kristyn Wong-Tam FOR THE WIN. If, one day, the Bixi bicycle-sharing program finally arrives in neighbourhoods outside the downtown core, it may come courtesy of a downtown councillor and downtown developers. Playing infrastructure Santa Claus, the councillor, Kristyn Wong-Tam, has persuaded three […]

Construction to begin on Wellesley Street separated bikelane

The initial phase of installation will see separated lanes placed on Wellesley Street from Parliament to Yonge streets. The remainder of the route, covering Wellesley Street West, connecting through Queen’s Park, and along Hoskin and Harbord streets to Ossington Street, will be installed next year. Most of the route already has painted bike lanes installed, […]

Toronto endangering cyclists with bollards

Okay, this is a little insane.  The city has bollards in the middle of cycling paths painted in dark colours and it takes a cyclist ramming into it in the dark for the city to go out and paint it yellow. Bike lights are great for being visible, but unless you shell out a lot […]

Anti-urban bakery against Harbord bikelanes

  Cycle Toronto is organizing a “love-in” at the bakery on Sept. 21 to gently protest the store’s position. A Facebook group encourages bikers to show up wearing helmets as identification. “We just want to tell the Harbord Bakery that their customers are cyclists, too,” said Kolb. “We love their pastries and their breads — but […]



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