The awkward opposition to the Bloor bike lanes

Illustration by Warren Wheeler for dandyhorse magazine. The awkward ‘opposition’ to the Bloor bike lanes What’s all the ABBA noise about? By Albert Koehl The dilemma faced by local merchants who oppose the Bloor bike lane was obvious to cycling … Continue reading

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Public works moves Bloor bike lanes forward to council

Story and photos by Robert Zaichkowski – Crossposted from Two Wheeled Politics A year and a half after the Bloor bike lane pilot project was debated at the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, the committee endured a six-hour session to … Continue reading

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Bloor Bikes WEST! Let’s talk about extending the Bloor bike lane westward on Sept. 18

Story by Robert Zaichkowski. Image by Hyedie Hashimoto. Back in January 2016, Cycle Toronto’s Ward 18 group hosted their successful “Bike Lanes Mean Business” event, which presented the economic benefits of cycling to a packed house at Ciro’s near Bloor … Continue reading

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Paint the Town Green

A new bike box on St. George at College St has been in place for about 6 months now. Painting the Town Green Why has green paint been popping up all over Toronto? dandyhorse contributor – and engineering professor – … Continue reading

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Richmond bike lane shut down until November: No alternate route provided

City Cyclist rides Richmond (above) to show us what the bike lane closure looks like now. Richmond Street bike lane shut down until November: No alternate route offered The city is notorious for poor planning when it comes to our … Continue reading

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