Vision Zero Comes To Toronto

Image from the City of Toronto  Vision Zero Comes To Toronto  By Taylor Moyle No loss of life is acceptable. This is the mantra behind Vision Zero, an international movement started in Sweden in 1994 to eliminate traffic fatalities. The … Continue reading

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Council approves bike lane pilot on Bloor Street

By Albert Koehl It should be easy to get a 2.4-kilometre pilot bike lane on one of Toronto’s most popular, but dangerous, cycling routes – a route where there is overwhelming community support for bike lanes and which studies over the … Continue reading

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Vision Zero supported by public works but little love for Bloor bike lanes

Image by Jeff Carson from dandyhorse July 2015 VISION ZERO – An update from Bloor Street Public Works logic: Could support for Vision Zero mean zero bike lanes on Bloor? by Albert Koehl When Toronto’s Public Works and Infrastructure Committee … Continue reading

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Bike lanes on Bloor now one council meeting away from becoming reality

Bikes parked outside of City Hall. This one, presumably, belonged to one of three-dozen deputants. Bike lanes on Bloor now one council meeting away from becoming reality Mayor Tory supports piloting the long-fought-for bike lane project By John Saunders The … Continue reading

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The Great Divide Part Two: Bike lanes on Bayview

  This story is part of a dandyhorse series on the need for bike infrastructure expansion in the suburbs. Read the first part of the series,The Great Divide: The “Urban vs Suburban” debate misses the point on the dandyBLOG. Illustration … Continue reading

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