Vision Zero supported by public works but little love for Bloor bike lanes

Image by Jeff Carson from dandyhorse July 2015 VISION ZERO – An update from Bloor Street Public Works logic: Could support for Vision Zero mean zero bike lanes on Bloor? by Albert Koehl When Toronto’s Public Works and Infrastructure Committee … Continue reading

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Don’t fall for fall: Watch out for leaves in the bike lane

Don’t fall for fall: Watch ouf for leaves in the bike lane by Amelia Brown Autumn in Toronto is wonderful. The trees turn fiery orange and drop their beautiful leaves, which get toasted and crunchy in the sun. That warm … Continue reading

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A new cyclist’s review of the West Toronto Railpath

Photo credit goes to the kind stranger I met on the trail. Story and remaining photos by Jenna Campbell A new cyclist’s review of the West Toronto Railpath I just recently learned about the West Toronto Railpath. What people have … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: Downtown via Shaw Street Sharrows

Story and photos by Anthony Rotolo Description: I ride to and from work Monday to Friday all year round. It is 2.5 kilometres and takes me about 10 minutes. My route does not have bike lanes, but Shaw Street has … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: The Junction to Yorkville

Story and photos by Lee Campbell My commute takes me from the Junction to Yorkville, and I ride my trusty bike almost every day of the year, winter included. It usually takes me about 25 minutes to cover around 7 … Continue reading

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