dandyhorse summer 2019 newsletter

dandyhorse summer 2019 newsletter The dandyhorse newsletter is back in a new quarterly round-up format. Top news, and views on that news, from around the bike-o-sphere, right here – or right to your inbox if you prefer. All you have … Continue reading

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dandyhorse newsletter is here with a look ahead in the bike lane

The dandyhorse newsletter has arrived. Our dandy newsletter recaps what we’ve been up to at dandyhorse for the last little while. This new year edition recaps our 2019 look ahead and our 2018 tally of bike lane installations. (Spoiler alert: … Continue reading

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More planning planned for 2019 in bike lanes

2019 looks like another dismal year for bike lane installations in Toronto More planning planned for 2019 Bloor-Danforth expansion not included in planned installs By Tammy Thorne Almost three years ago the City of Calgary decided to install a grid … Continue reading

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WTF is up with the Bike Plan? Under 9 km installed 2018

Not quite 9 km of new bike lanes installed in Toronto in 2018 About the same planned for 2019 by Robert Zaichkowski and Albert Koehl  This 750m bi-directional bike lane along Harbour-Lakeshore Blvd W. (between Bay and Rees Streets) was … Continue reading

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Pre-Election Bike Plan Update

Pre-Election Bike Plan Update Story by Robert Zaichkowski and Albert Koehl At the current rate of installation, the City of Toronto is on track to complete its 10-year bicycle plan in 24 years — by 2049 instead of 2025. (See … Continue reading

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