Protecting vulnerable road users protects all of us

Photo by Albert Koehl Opinion by Albert Koehl When a pedestrian or cyclist is killed or seriously injured, news media often focus on whether the motorist will be charged. It’s as if charges are supposed to assure the community that … Continue reading

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Green Transportation Means More Green for Local Businesses in Ward 14

Cycling advocacy group hosts community meeting, releases preliminary results of Parkdale Transportation Survey By Nicolle White Photos by Rob Zaichkowski and Nicolle White On April 7, 2016, Cycle Toronto’s Ward 14 advocacy group filled the auditorium of Parkdale Library with … Continue reading

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Toronto’s bike sharing network set to double this spring

Photo courtesy of PBSC Urban Solutions By John Saunders Bike sharing is booming in Toronto. Through a new supplier agreement, Bike Share Toronto will add 1,000 new bikes and 120 new bike stations to its operations – doubling the capacity … Continue reading

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Air pollution survey for cyclists

Photo by Alix Aylen from her dandy series Exiting Toronto, this photo was taken on the road to Mexico City. Air pollution survey for cyclists being conducted at the University of Toronto A group of researchers led by Professor Marianne … Continue reading

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April 2016 newsletter

Photo by Claire McFarlane The April dandyhorse newsletter is out! You can catch up on all bike-worthy news here If you haven’t yet, subscribe to receive dandyhorse’s monthly newsletter here. Related on the dandyBLOG: Bike service on wheels: Q&A with … Continue reading

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