Toronto needs protected intersections now

Why Toronto needs protected intersections now Story by Robert Zaichkowski  This year has been a tragic one on Toronto’s roads with seventeen pedestrians and four cyclists killed during the first six months of this year. Many of these tragedies – including … Continue reading

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Toronto Bike to Work Day and Die In 2018

Words and pictures by Jun Nogami Today, May 28, 2018, was the annual group commute to City Hall that kicks off Bike Month in Toronto. Cyclists started at various locations across the city, converged on Yonge and Bloor, and then … Continue reading

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Is Toronto a smart city? MBA students say it could be smarter when it comes to bike lanes

                      Image by Dave Murray for dandyhorse from issue 6. How MBA students turn the bike lane issue on its head By Gideon Forman As Toronto strives to build a … Continue reading

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Will Ontarians vote with their bikes?

  Will Ontarians vote with their bikes? New polling data shows support for cycling infrastructure investments As Share the Road rolled up it’s annual Ontario Bike Summit on April 18 this year, it released results of a new poll conducted by … Continue reading

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12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 in Toronto

Photos by Michelle Jane from last year’s How to Make the Danforth part of a Cycling City Walk.  12th Annual Jane’s Walk Festival May 4-6 Everyday Torontonians lead free walking tours across the city Thousands of Torontonians will convene in … Continue reading

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