Bloor Bike Lane: Catching up with the Bicyclists of 1896

Photo by Martin Reis from a Bells on Bloor ride. Bloor bike lane: catching up with the bicyclists of 1896  By Albert Koehl  How long did Toronto cyclists have to wait for bike lanes on Bloor?

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Bloor bike lane project takes another step forward, hurdles still ahead

photos by Tammy Thorne by Albert Koehl The design options for a bike lane on Bloor Street were unveiled earlier this week in a public meeting. It’s been a long wait. A Bloor Street route has been on cyclists’ radar … Continue reading

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The Great Divide Part Three: Yes, Scarborough Cycles

  This story is part of a dandyhorse series on the need for bike infrastructure expansion in the suburbs. Read parts  one and two of the series on the dandyBLOG.   Illustration above by Warren Wheeler. The Great Divide Part Three: Yes, Scarborough … Continue reading

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The great divide: The “Urban vs Suburban” debate misses the point

Illustration by Warren Wheeler This is the first part of a dandyhorse series that will explore cycling in the “suburbs” of Toronto.   Story by Albert Koehl If you listen to city council debates, you might be led to believe … Continue reading

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What King would look like if people were the priority

Image by Kerry Thompson A New Image for Toronto: Pedestrian priority combined with a transit right-of-way From our NEW issue! Story by Albert Koehl What kind of city do you want to live in? How should public spaces be shared? If … Continue reading

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