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INFRASTRUCTURE: City starts adding wayfinding sharrows

Those arrows in sharrows?  You may start seeing them telling you if you have to turn to follow a bike route.  The City just painted the first one to help cyclists find the link between Brimley and … [Read more...]

New Plan calls for Cyclist and Pedestrian Friendly Yonge Street

Yonge & Gerrard, looking south

Great news being reported by the Star this morning.  There is a "bold new plan" that calls for Yonge street sidewalks to be widened, narrowing car traffic to one lane in each direction (along with … [Read more...]

Tonight’s Sharrow meeting CANCELLED


Urgent Message from the City of Toronto Because of an error discovered in the Rush-Hour Sharrow Evaluation data analysis, tonight's public meeting has been CANCELLED. The City of Toronto does not … [Read more...]

On The Blogs: Harbord Sharrows Miss the Point

Sharrows Miss the Point on Harbord

Duncan posts about the newly painted sharrows that are now filling the Harbord "bikelane gap".  He makes the very good point that Harbord is one of the busiest bikelanes in the city, and the bikelane … [Read more...]

On The Blogs: Sharrows on Spadina?

What Happened to the “Bike Lane” on Spadina?

Duncan asks the question about the changing bike infrastructure on Spadina.  Gone is the bike gutter white stripe (I don't even know if that was ever intended as a bikelane) in preparation for … [Read more...]

On The Blogs: Mapping the McDonell Sharrows


Micheal Holloway decided to map out the latest effort by the Urban Repair Squad... the two-way sharrows on McDonell Ave: Apparently, The Urban Repair Squad wants to help create social change through … [Read more...]