Archive For The “Urban Repair Squad” Category

On The Blogs: Two-Way Sharrows on Mcdonell

By | October 22, 2010

From Duncan’s City Ride: The work of the Urban Repair Squad and quite possibly a unique invention, two-way sharrows have been placed on the one-way, southbound only Macdonell Ave. This is an interesting installation of sharrows… very cool, but I’ve seen some people raising the concern of encouraging two-way bike travel on one side of [...]

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On The Blogs: Two-Way Sharrows on McConnell

By | October 22, 2010

From Duncan’s City Ride: The work of the Urban Repair Squad and quite possibly a unique invention, two-way sharrows have been placed on the one-way, southbound only Macdonell Ave. This is an interesting installation of sharrows… very cool, but I’ve seen some people raising the concern of encouraging two-way bike travel on one side of [...]

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Two-way Sharrows Along Macdonell Provide Unofficial Alternate Route to Sorauren Avenue Park

By | October 13, 2010

The work of the Urban Repair Squad and quite possibly a unique invention, two-way sharrows have been placed on the one-way, southbound only Macdonell Ave. Photos by Martinho: More information at Urban Repair Squad Related posts:What Happened to Bike Boxes in Toronto? Sharrows, Bike Lanes and Shared Space on the Streets of Toronto When the [...]

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Urban Repair Squad Questions Harbord’s Missing Bike Lanes

By | September 23, 2010

Toronto’s anonymous group of activists known as the Urban Repair Squad are no stranger to Harbord Street. They’ve installed bike boxes, comically expressed the sensations of cycling along the street pre-repairs and now they’re questioning why, with fresh pavement laid, the Harbord bike lanes do not extend between Bathurst and Spadina. City Councilor Adam Vaughan [...]

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