Archive For The “collision” Category
Watch For Bikes Initiative [The Urban Country] In lieu of proper bike infrastructure, how can drivers and cyclists better co-exist on our streets? This is a question that is pondered frequently on this website and was the basis for our ‘i share the road’ campaign. An annual initiative called “Watch For Bikes” also attempts to address this [...]
From the Star: Former Ontario attorney general Michael Bryant is writing a book about his deadly encounter with a Toronto cyclist. Penguin Canada says “28 Seconds” will be published next fall. In August 2009, Bryant was driving home from an anniversary dinner with his wife when he became involved in an altercation with bike courier [...]
The Star has news about a cyclist hit on the Bloor Viaduct: A cyclist is in critical condition after being struck by a car on the Bloor viaduct. The 57-year-old man was cycling east bound towards Broadview Ave., when the vehicle appeared to have veered into the bike lane and struck him just before 5 [...]
Be careful out there everyone. It’s a good idea NOT to cut in front of streetcars.
A cyclist was pinned under a streetcar in Chinatown on Sunday, suffering severe but not life-threatening injuries.
Witnesses reported that the 30-year-old cyclist cut in front of the streetcar. The collision happened near Spadina and Nassaua around 6pm.
The cyclist [...]