Posts Filed Under: “bike lanes”
After seeing cycling triple after the installation of the Richmond and Adelaide separated bike lanes, public works considers extending the project to Parliament Street.
Lessons in urban innovation, gleaned from a week spent in the Spanish city.
How one local non-profit is helping create a new generation of cyclists in Toronto.
A new elevated bike path is part of the city's goal to become the “best bicycle city” in the world.
The Beaches-East York representative is prepared to take her fight for physical barriers to city council.
Commuters in France will earn 25 cents per km for cycling to work. Here's why that should happen in Toronto, too.
Nominated for: making Toronto more angry, more congested, and less safe.
At community consultation meetings, residents and business owners squared off over the future of the strip.
Protests managed to slow the removal, but it's still happening.
Power scrubbing to resume tomorrow after sit-in halts a work crew today.
Cyclists protested the impending removal of the Jarvis Street bike lanes with a special zombified edition of the monthly Critical Mass bike ride.
Cycle Toronto cried foul, then hastily retracted its claim that Mayor Ford wants the lanes gone.
Cyclists were all fired up and all in agreement as bike lanes dominated a public discussion last night.
If you drive, and like Jarvis Street the way it is, Dave Meslin wants to hear from you.
Nominated for: perpetuating an attitude that, quite literally, kills.
More than a month after an accident there killed a local woman, cycling activists discreetly reallocate space for the vehicles that use Sterling Road.
And people say extending bike lanes is hard.