Back-to-school Bike Spotting at U of T: What’s the safest way to pass?

The dandy Bike Spotting team hit U of T campus this week at Robart’s Library to ask: What’s the safest way to pass other cyclists. Darren Kerin noted that when there are many cyclists lined up at a red light, … Continue reading

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Mapping Biking and Bikeability in Toronto

BikeScoreTM (map pictured above) was developed by a cycling research group at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. This map is explained further at the end of this article. …. The Toronto Cycling Think & Do Tank is a research … Continue reading

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Roundup of the 2013 Complete Streets Forum

Be Bold, Be Aspirational – A Roundup of the 2013 Complete Streets Forum Guest dandyBLOG: by Emma Cohlmeyer ~ Published on May 31, 2013 ~ Hundreds of practitioners, professionals and advocates gathered for the 2013 Complete Streets Forum on Monday … Continue reading

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dandyCommute series: Algonquin Island to U of T (St. George campus)

dandycommute series #2 This is the second story in a dandy new series about commuting by bike to work. Follow Toronto by-way-of-Canmore, Alberta resident Adam Linnard’s trip from Algonquin Island over to Toronto on the ferry and up through downtown … Continue reading

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