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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WARD 28 Events for Bike Month!

Are you ready for Bike Month Toronto? The calendar is filling up with amazing rides, panel discussion and cycling related activities. Ward 28 (Toronto Centre – Rosedale) has a couple of very exciting events lined up. On Thursday May 4, … Continue reading

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dandyCommute: Fort York Boulevard to Bay and Wellington

Story and photos by Kelly Lam Why Commute? Although I realize that my commute is pretty short – 3 km, just 10 minutes – I just wanted to share my story. I grew up in the 80’s and as was typical … Continue reading

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dandyCommute series: Parkdale to downtown

dandyCommute #5 Veteran bike commuter David Giddens describes the sensory pleasures (and pains) of cycling through Toronto in a story that includes a hawk, a white squirrel, acronyms and the joys of navigating downtown’s one-way streets. This series will continue … Continue reading

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dandyCommute series: Algonquin Island to U of T (St. George campus)

dandycommute series #2 This is the second story in a dandy new series about commuting by bike to work. Follow Toronto by-way-of-Canmore, Alberta resident Adam Linnard’s trip from Algonquin Island over to Toronto on the ferry and up through downtown … Continue reading

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