Other cities love bike lanes

In early October, City councillors voted against a motion to reverse a plan that will see the removal of the 2-year-old bike lanes and the return of a centre car lane on Jarvis. City counts had the number of cyclists … Continue reading

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Bikeaholics not-so-anonymous: Saving the Jarvis lane

Jarvis Collegiate sits at the corner of Jarvis and Wellesley Streets, at the crux of two crucial bike lanes on Jarvis and Sherbourne. The obvious spatial significance made it a natural place for to congregate and organize. The Toronto Cyclists … Continue reading

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What’s it Like Biking on Jarvis? (Do You Know that City Hall Voted to Remove this Bike Lane?)

In our latest Bike Spotting we take a ride down Jarvis Street and ask: What’s it Like Biking on Jarvis? (Do You Know that City Hall Voted to Remove this Bike Lane?)

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Dissecting Mayor Ford’s Jarvis Letter – Dave Meslin

dandyhorse magazine’s founding publisher Dave Meslin responds to the letter Mayor Ford sent to everyone who e-mailed him concerning the motion to remove bicycle lanes from Jarvis Street: Hundreds of cyclists, concerned about their personal safety, have been e-mailing their … Continue reading

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