Bring on the Eglinton East LRT!

Story by Robert Zaichkowski. Originally posted on Two Wheeled Politics. The political games involved with the one-stop subway extension in Scarborough can make many Toronto city builders furious. City councillors – mostly suburban – repeatedly denied conducting cost-and-benefit comparisons with … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting Peterborough: What’s your favourite bike lane?

Diane Therrien is a bike-friendly city councillor in Peterborough. She is riding in the bike lane on the city’s main street, George, which she hopes will be extended all the way to the south end one day. Favourite bike lane: I have … Continue reading

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Pedalling in the Electric City

  Peterborough’s George Street bike lane currently sports bollards and planters. Peterborough used to be known as “The Electric City” but could it become a pedalling paradise? by Tammy Thorne ~ A shorter version of this story appears in Electric City … Continue reading

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How Complete Streets Improve Commutes For City Cyclists—and Motorists

How Complete Streets Improve Commutes For City Cyclists—and Motorists By Claire McFarlane This article was originally posted on Torontoist After heated debate in City Council and the eventual passage of the Bloor bike-lane pilot project, the feasibility of cycling on … Continue reading

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New Complete Streets book launched at Ryerson University by TCAT

Complete Streets research team from left to right: Nancy Smith Lea, Brandon Quigley, Anna Ingebrigtsen, Neil Loewen, and Rakim Mitra. Photo by Tamara Nahal New Complete Streets book launched at Ryerson University by TCAT Story by Yvonne Verlinden The Toronto … Continue reading

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