Six Bike Lanes That Could Help Connect The GTA

Photo by Corey Horowitz from our Finch Hydro Corridor post. Six Suburban Bike Lanes That Could Help Connect The GTA By Claire McFarlane  This story was originally published on Torontoist. For many suburbanites, the commute to downtown Toronto can be hellish, … Continue reading

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Never mind the bollards

A busted bollard on Wellesley street after it was run over by a garbage truck. Photos by Jonah Brunet Never mind the bollards Garbage trucks + snow result in busted bollards in the bike lane by dandyhorse staff On February … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Cycle track vs. Separated lane

CYCLE TRACK vs. SEPARATED LANE New ‘protected’ bike lane on Sherbourne provides parking opportunity ~This article originally appeared in our Summer 2013 ‘safety’ issue. ~ by Derek Chadbourne According to the National Association of City Transportation Officials, a cycle track … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: King Street West to the Distillery District

Story and photos by Steph Kittell My name is Steph, and I cycle all year long (winter included). Crazy? The verdict is still out… but it sure is exhilarating and I wouldn’t have it any other way! My daily commute … Continue reading

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Local parents support Richmond-Adelaide cycle track: City asks for input on bike lane proposal

Suggestions and annotations from the public are added to a map of the Richmond and Adelaide cycle track proposal at yesterday’s Metro Hall open house and public consulatation. Richmond-Adelaide cycle track study public meeting Parents and teachers at local school … Continue reading

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