Posts Filed Under: cycling
How improving infrastructure for drivers, walkers, and cyclists can make our streets more pedestrian-friendly.
Commuters in France will earn 25 cents per km for cycling to work. Here's why that should happen in Toronto, too.
Community groups develop set of proposals to improve walking, cycling, and transit—and they want council candidates on board.
...as long as they don't get in the way of people "getting around."
But polls have said such things before—and it's never going to happen.
Toronto bikes get their spiritual spring tune-up.
The investment will help create a cycling infrastructure across the province.
Toronto had its worst year for traffic fatalities in nearly a decade—especially for pedestrians—and nobody's quite sure why.
Nominated for: predictable, avoidable tragedies.
We find out how two wheels can help keep Torontonians healthier.
Parts of the Bloor East bike lanes are going green.
Biking against traffic is now legal—at least, on this one street.
It's not that bad, if you prepare for it.
Toronto's cyclists memorialize Carla Maria Warrilow.
The City is holding some last-chance public consultations on Eglinton Avenue's post-LRT future.
Talking about beefing up protections for cyclists is helpful. But the time for talk is over.
How about putting bikes above traffic, rather than in the middle of it?
A new Japanese underground bike parking system is safe, dry, and automated.