City releases proposed Trail Plan map

Proposed trail connections. Click on the map for a larger version (PDF). It was a busy summer for Transportation Services staff last year. Performing audits of Toronto’s existing major multi-use trail network the staff assessed the potential for new trail … Continue reading

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Dissecting Mayor Ford’s Jarvis Letter – Dave Meslin

dandyhorse magazine’s founding publisher Dave Meslin responds to the letter Mayor Ford sent to everyone who e-mailed him concerning the motion to remove bicycle lanes from Jarvis Street: Hundreds of cyclists, concerned about their personal safety, have been e-mailing their … Continue reading

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2011 Bikeway Network – Part Three: Defending the Jarvis bike lane – Dave Meslin

Part Three: Defending the Jarvis bike lane I’ve spent most of the last week talking about bike lanes on John Street. I’d like to shift gears and discuss a much more important – and imminent – situation on another “J” … Continue reading

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2011 Bikeway Network – Part Two: Separated lanes on Richmond and Bloor – Dave Meslin

Dave Meslin is dandyhorse magazine’s founding publisher. Here he looks at the major issues in the City of Toronto’s 2011 Bikeway Network Update: Part Two: Separated lanes on Richmond and Bloor Two years ago, I wrote a blog post showing … Continue reading

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2011 Bikeway Network – Part One: Birchmont and Pharmacy – Dave Meslin

Dave Meslin is dandyhorse magazine’s founding publisher. Here he looks at the major issues in the City of Toronto’s 2011 Bikeway Network Update: Tomorrow at City Hall, the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee (PWIC) will be discussing, debating and voting … Continue reading

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