The City of Toronto wants your feedback on the Richmond, Adelaide and Simcoe Street separated bikelanes. These are a pilot project, and the city needs feedback to inform a decision to make them permanent (and possible make them even better). In 2014 the City installed cycle tracks (separated bike lanes) on segments of Richmond, Adelaide and […]
Pretty cool… the action of Toronto cyclists in getting city staff to do what City Council told them to do has hit Streetsblog.org: In a victory for bike safety in Toronto, officials have agreed to add protective posts to three new downtown bike lanes. Toronto striped two buffered bike lanes in July and is preparing […]
Here’s a great photo of the new contra-flow bikelane on Simcoe St I found on Instagram from Send It Courier. I really hope that there are going to be flexi-bollards actually separating this lane from car traffic, or else taxis and trucks will be parking in it and making it a failure of a bikelane. […]
Jesus murphy. Look at these self-entitled motorists. Just look at them. New painted bike lanes started to appear on Simcoe Street this week, but it seemed users of the street’s soon-to-be-defunct parking meters were turning scofflaw, blocking the painted contraflow track with their cars and motorcycles. Read More: New bike lanes appear on Simcoe, confusion reigns.