Bike Spotting: What’s your favourite bike lane?

On a glorious July afternoon we set up camp at St. George and Bloor to ask folks what their favourite bike lane is in the city. Cassius Adelaide. I like the separation they have with the planters on the west side … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Should the Bloor Bike lane stay?

We asked riders at Bloor and Brunswick if they’d like to see the bikes lane on Bloor stay, and how it could be improved. Interviews by Cayley James and Tammy Thorne. Photos by Allison MacKellar. Richard Of course! It’s a lot safer, … Continue reading

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Announcing the Tour de Bloor Passport

Councillor Joe Cressy announces the Tour de Bloor Passport at Bloor and Robert this morning, June 21, 2017. Tour de Bloor Passport New program shows new bike lane is a win-win for cyclists and merchants on Bloor Story by Albert … Continue reading

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How many cyclists have to be on Bloor for city councillors to make the bike lane permanent?

Do the numbers matter or is safety still trumped by cars, parking, and attitudes? by Albert Koehl and Chris Caputo Are the number of cyclists on Harbord and Bloor high enough to justify a bike lane on both streets? Are … Continue reading

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The Reading Line is hiring

From L-R – Park People policy coordinator Jake Tobin Garret and reading line co-organizers, Amanda Lewis and Janet Joy Wilson Thanks to the generous support of the Toronto Arts Council, our friends at the The Reading Line are offering two positions, in … Continue reading

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