Bloor Street, in the vicinity of the bike lane pilot project, is economically healthy and experiencing growth, according to a new report released on October 11, 2017, by the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT). The study looked at four economic indicators – customer counts, … Continue reading
Spotted: Jam-Packed Bike Parking What: Busy bike racks. Where: The Art Gallery of Ontario and 401 Richmond. Why we think it’s dandy: Overflowing bike racks remind us of the number of riders in the city and the need for infrastructure to keep up … Continue reading
2016-2025 Tracking Implementation Table 2016-2017 For Context Read: Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan?
Illustration by Warren Wheeler Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan? Less than 4% of plan implemented heading towards end of year two by Albert Koehl Toronto’s no-longer-new ten-year cycling plan, adopted by Council in June 2016, is similar … Continue reading