Archive For The “Dupont” Category

Bloor Street bike lane study clears Public Works Committee

By | October 21, 2013

The city of Toronto’s public works committee has approved an environmental assessment to study the feasibility of installing a bike lane along Bloor Street. The study — which if approved would take about a year to complete — will investigate the possibility of putting a bike lane along Bloor from west of Keele Street in the [...]

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Bloor and Dupont Bikelanes on City Council Agenda

By | October 15, 2013

Council voted in July 2011 to halt an environmental assessment that was studying the possible impact of creating lanes on one of the city’s major streets. But city officials have now brought the issue back to the table, recommending that council allow a smaller Bloor assessment to be done at the same time as an [...]

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The News Cycle for Wednesday, June 13, 2012

By | June 13, 2012

 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 [...]

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Councillor Ana Bailão Proposes Reversible Centre Lane on Dupont

By | July 22, 2011

Here’s a letter I received from Cllr. Bailão in response a plea I sent for councillors to not accept PWIC’s motions to remove the Jarvis bike lane and to not begin removing the Dupont bike lane: Thank you for taking the time to email me with regards to Toronto’s bikelanes and for your patience in [...]

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