What Toronto Cyclists Can Expect To See In 2016
By Claire McFarlane
This article was originally posted on Torontoist
Last year was jam-packed with bike news. Toronto saw the revitalization of the Martin Goodman Trail near the waterfront, the extension of the Richmond-Adelaide cycle tracks and a Bloor Street pilot project was approved. What made it even better was what seemed like a delay in winter weather, helping fair-weather cyclists keep riding into the season.
But it hasn’t been all great: although cyclists are generally happy to see a growth of an infrastructure, some road users have had trouble adjusting to new rules—and authorities seem to have been struggling to enforce them.
Moving forward, the City will continue to juggle biking initiatives. Here’s what cyclists can look forward to in 2016.
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