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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Wag the Democracy: Ten reflections on the municipal election

Wag the Democracy: Ten reflections on the municipal election Story by Albert Koehl, photos by Wayne Scott In a world where Twitter, texting, Facebook, email, Tumblr, Instagram, and websites have made it easy to communicate, the core work of election … Continue reading

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TTC drastically reduces number of bike racks on buses

  Was the “Rack it and Rocket” program designed to fail? Story by Jeff Carson On Oct. 16 the TTC was ordered by the Ministry of Labour to stop or limit use of bike racks on more than 90 per … Continue reading

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