The Polite Pedallers: Sharing vs Caring

The Polite Pedallers Sharing 1, Caring 0 ~This story originally appeared in issue 5 of dandyhorse. ~ Dear Polite Pedallers, There are some bicycle markings on the narrow part of College Street in Little Italy that appear to be directing … Continue reading

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Spotted: Missing Bike Lanes

Spotted: Missing Bike Lanes! Where: All over the city. When: After the first real snow fall this winter. Why we think it’s dandy: It reminds us how important it is that we have separated bicycle infrastructure that works all year … Continue reading

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On the inconsistency of sharrows: Opinion

View From the Gutter On the inconsistency of sharrows Opinion by Jake Allderdice ~ Originally published in issue 4, spring 2010, of dandyhorse magazine ~ Back in 2009, a crew of Toronto city workers painted a row of bike stencils … Continue reading

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Bring on the Eglinton East LRT!

Story by Robert Zaichkowski. Originally posted on Two Wheeled Politics. The political games involved with the one-stop subway extension in Scarborough can make many Toronto city builders furious. City councillors – mostly suburban – repeatedly denied conducting cost-and-benefit comparisons with … Continue reading

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