Bike Spotting Bloor Part Two from our new issue

From the summer 2016 issue of dandyhorse magazine: get dandy or subscribe here. Finally, after years of community effort Torontonians will be able to ride safely along Bloor with the installation of a partially protected bike lane pilot project on … 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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From the Horse’s Mouth: Councillor Joe Mihevc goes all out for the minimum grid

Illustration by Ian Sullivan In our latest contribution, councillor Joe Mihevc (Ward 21, St. Paul’s West) declares his support for bike lanes and the minimum grid. He also hints at Bike Share news, touts infrastructure expansion and discusses collaboration with … Continue reading

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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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Bike lanes on Bloor on the back burner again?

Illustration by Ness Lee from our June 2014 issue. Note, the numbers in the illustration are no longer current due to the City’s new method of counting. One thing is constant though: Bike lanes are always something we’ll get “next … Continue reading

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