VISION ZERO: A Road Safety Plan for Toronto

Image Illustration by Jeff Carson and story by Albert Koehl from the news section of our NEW EQUITY issue — arriving tomorrow! July 3! VISION ZERO: A ROAD SAFETY PLAN FOR TORONTO By Albert Koehl Is Vision Zero, the Swedish initiative to … Continue reading

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Youth leaders present vision for cycle-friendly Ontario

Youth participants of the Ontario Youth Bike summit mingle with MPPs at the closing reception Youth leaders present vision for cycle-friendly Ontario Story and photos by Matt Talsma Ontario youth leaders passionate about improving cycling conditions across the province met … Continue reading

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More planning planned for 2019 in bike lanes

2019 looks like another dismal year for bike lane installations in Toronto More planning planned for 2019 Bloor-Danforth expansion not included in planned installs By Tammy Thorne Almost three years ago the City of Calgary decided to install a grid … Continue reading

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WTF is up with the Bike Plan? Under 9 km installed 2018

Not quite 9 km of new bike lanes installed in Toronto in 2018 About the same planned for 2019 by Robert Zaichkowski and Albert Koehl  This 750m bi-directional bike lane along Harbour-Lakeshore Blvd W. (between Bay and Rees Streets) was … Continue reading

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Pre-Election Bike Plan Update

Pre-Election Bike Plan Update Story by Robert Zaichkowski and Albert Koehl At the current rate of installation, the City of Toronto is on track to complete its 10-year bicycle plan in 24 years — by 2049 instead of 2025. (See … Continue reading

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