Posts Filed Under: cycling
Budgeting, drugs, and Jim Karygiannis.
Before Toronto debates its 10 year bike plan next month, here are some suspect arguments to watch out for.
Follow along as we fact-check and analyze the ongoing council debate.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
Everything bike-related that you could want.
Improved bike parking is a priority for councillors—even in Toronto's suburbs.
New bike lane pilot projects, apps to propose new routes, and more.
A public consultation for a new cycling infrastructure showed a long-discussed plan is wheeling closer to reality.
Toronto could see a much-needed boost in cycling infrastructure if council approves a new staff proposal.
In the wake of a string of fatal cyclist collisions, the advocacy group responsible for setting up memorials to fallen cyclists is running short on bikes.
Sometimes naming your bike isn't enough.
At the height of the city's Victorian-era love affair with cycling, a record was broken at a local club's annual competition.
We looked at the status of the long-awaited Annex bike lanes, which could see a pilot project begin in 2016.
An idea that started in Norway is hitting the open market. Should Toronto buy in?
Developers map out the world's most popular spots for walking, jogging, and cycling—and reveal where in this city Torontonians like, and don't like, to get outside and get active.
On advocacy, riding in winter, and building a city-wide cycling network.
Funding will cover the program's operating costs for the next two years.
The new mayor wants to make road closures less onerous on drivers by speeding up construction projects and enforcing "no stopping" rules more effectively.