Down at City Hall, they chase gravy trains and fight a war on (or for) the car—and show respect for certain areas of the city by promising their residents underground transit. At some point, it seems … [Read more...]
A couple weeks ago, the Chief Coroner released a report titled "Cycling Death Review: A Review of All Accidental Cycling Deaths in Ontario from January 1st, 2006 to December 31st, 2010" and made … [Read more...]
From tragedy to disgust: Video of dead cyclist stolen [The Star]
Earlier this month, bicyclist Jenna Morrison was struck and killed by a truck while turning right from Sterling Rd. to Dundas St. W. … [Read more...]
Back in June, Rob Ford presented his BikePlan, which essentially was just a re-hashing of some earlier concepts by other politicians and I think, originally, by Dave Meslin, including most … [Read more...]
I didn't like writing the title of this post, but the following HAS to be said.
We're in danger of losing the 1-year-old Jarvis bikelanes as the Ford Mayoralty has shown that they believe (and … [Read more...]
If you haven't heard already, on Thursday the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee at City Hall voted to take out the Jarvis Bikelanes that were installed about a year ago.
This is not the … [Read more...]
The Fort York Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge is, for all intents and purposes, dead.
Some background, in case you haven't been following along:
You may remember our post from a couple weeks ago … [Read more...]
This information is from Save the Fort York Bridge , who is publicizing the following to help drum up support for overturning the decision to scrap the beautiful pedestrian and cyclist bridge planned … [Read more...]
You may remember our post from a couple weeks ago when the Public Works Committee decided that a beautiful pedestrian and cyclist bridge that would link historic Fort York (and waterfront … [Read more...]
This is a guest post by Anthony Humphreys, a father of two daughters who lives in South Etobicoke and is a Toronto cycling advocate. Anthony attended the City of Toronto Executive Committee meeting … [Read more...]