Bike to Transit survey shows need for more bike infrastructure at GO stations

Clarkson GO station bike shelter in Mississauga. Photos courtesy of Donald Wiedman.

Bike to Transit surveys GTA commuters who bike and take the train

Story by Jonah Brunet

A survey of 100 bike-to-GO commuters produced by Donald Wiedman of Bike to Transit shows that the GTA, with its steadily increasing population along with the increasing popularity of commuter cycling, is once again in need of a bicycle infrastructure boost.

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Toronto neighbourhoods’ bike personalities revealed in new poster

Image courtesy of Chris Simonen

Toronto neighbourhoods’ bike personalities revealed in new poster

Toronto is a city of distinct districts, from the Beaches all the way to North York and down to the ‘dale, and now, thanks to a Bicycle Identification poster produced by Chris Simonen and his friends at Sly Eye, the unique spirits of these districts have been personified. Well, not exactly.

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An invitation to Bikechain’s 10-year anniversary

An invitation to Bikechain’s 10-year anniversary

From Andrew Bacchus, Administrative Manager at Bikechain 

Friends,

Please join us on Friday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m. to celebrate Bikechain’s 10-year anniversary and 25,000 visits! A lot of people have helped us to get this far, including our amazing volunteers, dedicated staff, board of directors, U of T unions, personnel, groups, and Toronto-based community organizations.

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Plastered Pedalling: How not to get home this St. Patrick’s Day

Photo by Meagan Crump

Don’t Drink and Bike this St. Patrick’s Day

Story by Jonah Brunet

St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching and, after decades of campaigns against driving under the influence, we thought it might be time to remind our dandy readers to walk it or lock it if  you’ve had too much to drink. While many claim, reasonably enough, that cycling drunk is safer than driving drunk we still want you to arrive alive.

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Ferry terminal designs ready for public feedback

Photo courtesy of Waterfront Toronto

Five design proposals open to public March 16

The five shortlisted teams competing to redesign Toronto Harbour’s Jack Layton Ferry Terminal will unveil their proposals next week. This stage of the competition, meant to solicit constructive feedback from the public, will take place in the Rotunda at Toronto City Hall from March 16 to 20. The display will open at noon Monday and run from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. for the following days.

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