Bike Share expansion coming thanks to Metrolinx and Toronto Parking Authority partnership

Photo and story by Evan Morrison Metrolinx and the Toronto Parking Authority have partnered up to expand Toronto’s Bike Share program. The new partnership will more than double the city’s Bike Share network to create a world class bike share system for … Continue reading

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Bike to Transit survey shows need for more bike infrastructure at GO stations

Clarkson GO station bike shelter in Mississauga. Photos courtesy of Donald Wiedman. Bike to Transit surveys GTA commuters who bike and take the train Story by Jonah Brunet A survey of 100 bike-to-GO commuters produced by Donald Wiedman of Bike … Continue reading

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Metrolinx project sparks calls for new vision at the rail’s edge

Architect’s rendering of the proposed “green walls” plan for the Georgetown rail corridor. Community seeks a more enlightened approach at the juncture of neighbourhood and transit “Green wall” proposal would feature vegetation inside metal cages along with 10,000 trees lining … Continue reading

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The City announces plans to extend the Railpath

Words and Photos by Jun Nogami  (Originally posted on Biking in the Big City.) This past Wednesday there was a public meeting about the possible extension of the West Toronto Railpath. It was quite well attended, and there were representatives there from the … Continue reading

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2013 Green Living Show – Where Are The Bikes?

Lots of hybrid cars on display at the Green Living Show – but where are the bikes? Text by Kaitlyn Kochany and photos by Sarah Greene There are a couple different ways to think about “living green.” The first is … Continue reading

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