Late Summer Cycling and Storytelling in Toronto

Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski Sunday, August 26, 2018, was a day of cycling and storytelling in the city. The Reading Line featured a book ride along the Prince Edward Viaduct (literally) bridging east and west Toronto, while BIKE MINDS held its … Continue reading

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The Danforth’s Big Bike Count

Photo by Jun Nogami from Bells on Danforth 2018 ride. Danforth Bike Count Indicates Huge Demand for Bike Lane There are thousands of cyclists on The Danforth, as was confirmed recently by a bicycle count. Active transportation advocates believe a bike lane on … Continue reading

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Is Toronto a smart city? MBA students say it could be smarter when it comes to bike lanes

                      Image by Dave Murray for dandyhorse from issue 6. How MBA students turn the bike lane issue on its head By Gideon Forman As Toronto strives to build a … Continue reading

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Chief planner says Yonge and Danforth good candidates for bike lanes

As Christopher Hume recently said, for planners everything hinges on what sort of city we have, what sort of city we want, and how to get from one to the other. And that is the challenge set out before the City … Continue reading

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A Do-Able Danforth

Image by &Co. architects from our spring 2010 issue. A Do-able Danforth A safer route for cyclists means a stronger community By Steve Brearton ~This story originally appeared in our spring 2010 issue. You can buy it here.~

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