Bike Lanes on Bloor pilot coming in 2016

Public consultation meeting offers two visions for the future of bike lanes on Bloor Street by Matt Talsma photos by Tammy Thorne It’s a dream that’s been decades in the making: We are finally seeing traction on the installation of bike lanes … Continue reading

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The Great Divide Part Three: Yes, Scarborough Cycles

  This story is part of a dandyhorse series on the need for bike infrastructure expansion in the suburbs. Read parts  one and two of the series on the dandyBLOG.   Illustration above by Warren Wheeler. The Great Divide Part Three: Yes, Scarborough … Continue reading

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Coalition pushes for law to protect vulnerable road users

Right to Left: David Stark (holding photo of late wife Erica who was killed while walking their dog), Li Yu (with photo of late friend Zhi Yong Kang, cyclist), Maisie Leblanc (with photo of Edouard, cyclist), Linda Tushingham and her … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: The Bike Plan Election Issue

This image by Sean House shows a reimagined University Avenue where bike lanes run along either side of the median. dandyARCHIVE 2014: from THE BIKE PLAN ELECTION ISSUE We asked 23 politicians, planners, policy-makers, professors and advocates which streets they’d … Continue reading

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Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto

Photo by Tammy Thorne Toronto Public Health: Complete Streets would mean a healthier Toronto by Jonah Brunet When Toronto Public Health put forward a proposal to lower speed limits in 2012, it was met with immediate, knee-jerk pushback from the … Continue reading

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