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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Four Reasons Why Road Tolls are a Good Idea

Four Reasons Why Road Tolls are a Good Idea They’ll benefit everyone—motorists and non-motorists. This story originally appeared at Torontoist.com

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Is today’s congestion yesterday’s sewage?

Photo by John Saunders Political gridlock once plagued waste planning in Toronto, too Opinion by John Saunders Debates about traffic congestion today echo fights from the 19th century about how to manage sewage in the city. In these ways, today’s … Continue reading

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Heels on Wheels: Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon

Councillor McMahon at the East Lynn Farmers’ Market in her ward, Beaches-East York. Photo by Molly Crealock.  Heels on Wheels with Toronto City Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon photos by Molly Crealock Q&A by Tammy Thorne …. Why did you get into politics? … Continue reading

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