dandyARCHIVE: Bring back the citizen advisory committees at City Hall

Illustration by Warren Wheeler (from dandyhorse issue 2). This story originally appeared on blogTO in April, 2011 as “Why the cycling advisory committee should be saved” ~ If you think the new mayor should reinstate volunteer citizen committees that RoFo … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting on Sherbourne Street: Should the city clear this bike lane of snow?

Bike Spotting on Sherbourne Street Interviews by Jenna Campbell and photos by Claire McFarlane Sherbourne Street is known for it’s separated cycle tracks (a rarity in Toronto) and is widely used by many cyclists. We asked cyclists: how well does the … Continue reading

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A new cyclist’s review of Gerrard and Dundas streets

Heading west on Dundas across the Don Valley Parkway bridge. A new cyclist’s review of Gerrard and Dundas streets  Story and photos by Jenna Campbell I knew Gerrard Street was pretty rough. I ride it westward past Sherbourne Street often … Continue reading

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Introducing the King High Line: New rail-to-trail project proposed for Toronto’s west end

  All images courtesy of the Friends of the King High Line. New rail-to-trail plan brings vision to Toronto’s downtown-west  Story by Corey Horowitz and Tammy Thorne The King High Line is a prospective linear park project on the southwest … Continue reading

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2014 Toronto Bike Awards

Cycle Toronto’s executive director, Jared Kolb (left) and Toronto Centre for Active Transportation’s director, Nancy Smith Lea (far right) presents MPP Eleanor McMahon the TCAT Champion of the Year Award (middle). 2014 Toronto Bike Awards Story and photos by Joey Schwartz The City … Continue reading

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