dandyhorse newsletter

The dandyhorse newsletter is here! In this issue, we recap everything we’ve reported on for the last part of the summer and the beginning of fall. We’ve got the latest on the Bloor bike lane debate too. Check out the … Continue reading

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Report shows Bloor business is flourishing with new bike lanes

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

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Spotted: The Need for More Bike Parking

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

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Toronto Bike Plan Implementation Tracking as of September 2017

2016-2025 Tracking Implementation Table 2016-2017  For Context Read: Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan?   

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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

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