What kind of society doesn't have a minimum sentence if someone kills someone and flees?
Uri Samson gets up every day and puts one foot in front of the other. He goes to work, he cares for his wife, … [Read more...]
A Mississauga cyclist suffered serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle Wednesday evening.
Peel Regional Police said the middle-aged male cyclist was struck on southbound Southdown Road, near … [Read more...]
A woman suffered serious injuries when she wast struck by a truck while riding her bike at Spadina Ave. and Dupont St. Friday morning.
According to police, the woman has sent to a trauma centre with … [Read more...]
Note: For this post contributed by Singer Kwinter, I asked them to summarize cyclists' legal rights. I hear far too many stories about cyclists in accidents that are intimidated by a system that … [Read more...]
A Toronto city councillor wants the province to get tough with drivers who injure and kill vulnerable road users.
Mary-Margaret McMahon, who was hit by a vehicle while cycling in July 2014, has … [Read more...]
After a popular teacher and father of five was killed while cycling this weekend, an online campaign has sprung up to help his family.
Oakville's Chris Harper, a 50-year-old married father of two … [Read more...]
Doorings are a common occurrence on Toronto’s streets, and the results can be fatal. In 2008, a driver doored a 57-year-old man, throwing the cyclist into oncoming traffic, where he was struck by … [Read more...]
A cyclist is dead after a hit and run on Tremaine Road in Milton.
Halton Regional Police say they were called to the scene shortly after 9 p.m. The victim had no vital signs and was pronounced dead … [Read more...]
Go read this right now at Dandyhorse. Any politician who votes against Vision Zero is effectively voting FOR people dying on the streets. Your kids, your friends, and you.
Is Vision Zero, the … [Read more...]
Following up on the post from yesterday, a good first step to making our streets safer:
On Monday evening, members of Toronto-East York community council voted unanimously to reduce speed to 30 km/h, … [Read more...]
Surprise! Drivers are inattentive and cause the majority of collisions.
One of the more encouraging parts of the report is what McKeown calls the “safety in numbers effect.”
“As more people cycle … [Read more...]
Whether drivers will abide by new speed limits is another question, but this is a great first step.
On Monday evening, councillors in the Toronto-East York community council convene for a special … [Read more...]