How Council Likes Bike Lane Plans More than Bike Lanes

To no one’s surprise, council hasn’t met its 10-year bike goals in the past.  By: Jacob Lorinc This story was originally published on the Torontoist.  Art by Ness Lee originally published in Bike lanes on Bloor on the back burner … Continue reading

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From the Horse’s Mouth: Councillor McMahon promotes expansion of east-end bike network

Illustration by Ian Sullivan Ward by ward, the city’s cycling network continues to grow. City councillors are responding to the call for more cycling infrastructure with an eye towards long-term support and connectivity. In our latest installment of From the … Continue reading

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Phase Two of Toronto’s 10-year cycling plan renewal project invites input

Photo banner from the Toronto Cycling Network Plan website. Phase Two of Toronto’s 10-year cycling plan renewal project invites input By dandyhorse staff As part of phase two of Toronto’s 10-year Cycling Network plan city planners are asking residents of … Continue reading

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Bloor bike lane project Déja vu

Bike lane on Bloor project Déjà vu by Albert Koehl An advocate for Bloor St. bike lanes is a lot like a hamster running on a treadmill: the harder you work the more you realize you’ve seen it all before. … Continue reading

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The City’s new public works chair on cycling

Illustration by Warren Wheeler. Councillor Robinson says she’s excited to work with Mayor Tory to roll out cycling infrastructure as chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee But what’s it like biking in her ward? Story by Jenna Campbell … Continue reading

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