The Danforth’s Big Bike Count

Photo by Jun Nogami from Bells on Danforth 2018 ride. Danforth Bike Count Indicates Huge Demand for Bike Lane There are thousands of cyclists on The Danforth, as was confirmed recently by a bicycle count. Active transportation advocates believe a bike lane on … Continue reading

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Toronto Bike to Work Day and Die In 2018

Words and pictures by Jun Nogami Today, May 28, 2018, was the annual group commute to City Hall that kicks off Bike Month in Toronto. Cyclists started at various locations across the city, converged on Yonge and Bloor, and then … Continue reading

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Bike Plan Plods: It’s not too late to put the plan on course

Image by Warren Wheeler. Why can’t Toronto do bike lanes right? There’s still time to put our bike plan on course by Albert Koehl Cyclists who believe City Hall can be trusted to implement the 2016 bike plan haven’t been … Continue reading

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Die-in at City Hall for Safe Streets

Die-in at City Hall Advocates demand safer streets for all by Jun Nogami Tonight, March 22, 2018, advocates for safe streets held a die-in at City Hall. About 200 people turned up to lie down. Organized by Friends and Families for … Continue reading

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Bike plan implementation in Toronto is too slow

Illustration by Warren Wheeler Tracking Toronto’s Bike Plan Implementation (be prepared to be disappointed) Only six percent of new bike plan implemented by end of year two by Albert Koehl and Robert Zaichkowski As 2018 begins, the cycling community can celebrate … Continue reading

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