From the Horse’s Mouth: Michael Black on Building Better Bike Lanes

Illustration: Ian Sullivan Cant Safe Cycling Means More Protection For our latest instalment of From the Horse’s Mouth: We asked Active Transportation champion Michael Black what the City of Toronto could do to improve  bike lane design as it continues … Continue reading

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Farewell to Rob Ford

Rob Ford, 1969 – 2016. Photographed in 2010 by Dana Lacey. Farewell to Rob Ford A controversial and contrary man, former mayor Rob Ford nonetheless got us talking about bikes. With his sweeping dismissals of bike lanes and cycling in … Continue reading

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Let it snow – New contract could mean bare pavement on priority bike lanes

Sherbourne Cycle track, photo by Jeff Carson by Amelia Brown Last year, the City of Toronto renewed it’s snow clearance contract, which saw some positive developments in tactics to handle winter maintenance for bicycle lanes.

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Bike Spotting Hoskin and Queen’s Park: How do you like the new protected bike lane?

We went bike spotting at the newly separated lanes on Hoskin east of St. George and asked cyclists what they thought of the improvements. The Montréal-style lane has cyclists riding closest to the curb with places where cars can park to … Continue reading

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Never mind the bollards

A busted bollard on Wellesley street after it was run over by a garbage truck. Photos by Jonah Brunet Never mind the bollards Garbage trucks + snow result in busted bollards in the bike lane by dandyhorse staff On February … Continue reading

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