How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto

Photo of the Queen’s Park Cycle Track getting built courtesy of the City of Toronto. How Bike Lanes Get Installed in Toronto By Claire McFarlane This story was originally published on Torontoist. From a distance, installing bike lanes might seem … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: What do you think of the Adelaide bike lane?

Hywel stopped to talk to us during our latest bike spotting. He’s from Vancouver, and pointed out how few kids can use the Toronto bike lanes due to the lack of separation from motor vehicle traffic.  Bike Spotting: What do … Continue reading

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Adelaide bike lane between Bay and York is a nightmare: City to repatch this week

   The asphalt patch job only covered some of the dangerous streetcar tracks and potholes in the ‘bike lane’ on Adelaide Street. The City says they are repatching again this week. Adelaide bike lane between Bay and York is a … Continue reading

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Council approves bike lane pilot on Bloor Street

By Albert Koehl It should be easy to get a 2.4-kilometre pilot bike lane on one of Toronto’s most popular, but dangerous, cycling routes – a route where there is overwhelming community support for bike lanes and which studies over the … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Talking Bloor Street bike lanes

Photos by Claire McFarlane The debate over cycling infrastructure heated up this spring as plans for a bike lane pilot project on Bloor Street West were unveiled, discussed and eventually found their way to city council. In March, we to … Continue reading

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