Does particulate matter matter?

Story by Tammy Thorne and Cayley James The benefits of cycling far outweigh the risks. That’s the introductory slide for the summary presentation for new research regarding particulate matter in the bike lane. Last month, U of T professor Marianne … Continue reading

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Is today’s congestion yesterday’s sewage?

Photo by John Saunders Political gridlock once plagued waste planning in Toronto, too Opinion by John Saunders Debates about traffic congestion today echo fights from the 19th century about how to manage sewage in the city. In these ways, today’s … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting: Do you want a protected bike lane on University?

Bike Spotting at University and College Photos by Claire McFarlane, Interviews by Sarah Greene We asked: Would you like protected bike lanes on University? L.C. Pharand No. Because there are parts of ‘separated’ bike lanes where cars are still able … Continue reading

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Walk Cycle Move Annex session recap

Walk Cycle Move: Annex session recap New participatory planning model being explored as part of Toronto Public Health initiative focuses on health, economy and safety By dandyhorse staff, photos by Ryan Anders Whitney, TCAT Toronto Centre for Active Transportation (TCAT) … Continue reading

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