Chief planner says Yonge and Danforth good candidates for bike lanes

As Christopher Hume recently said, for planners everything hinges on what sort of city we have, what sort of city we want, and how to get from one to the other. And that is the challenge set out before the City … Continue reading

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How Transit App Saved Me From a Terrible Commute

The app also highlights gaps in the GTHA’s transportation network, from cycling to transit. By Chelsea La Vecchia This story was originally published on Torontoist.  My commute is any cyclist’s dream—I ride 100 metres on a side street, and then … Continue reading

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Toronto’s bike sharing network set to double this spring

Photo courtesy of PBSC Urban Solutions By John Saunders Bike sharing is booming in Toronto. Through a new supplier agreement, Bike Share Toronto will add 1,000 new bikes and 120 new bike stations to its operations – doubling the capacity … 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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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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