Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan?

Illustration by Warren Wheeler Meet the New Plan, Same as the Old Plan? Less than 4% of plan implemented heading towards end of year two by Albert Koehl Toronto’s no-longer-new ten-year cycling plan, adopted by Council in June 2016, is similar … Continue reading

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Bring on the bike lane brigade

Interview and photos by Robert Zaichkowski A common complaint among Toronto’s cycling community is vehicles illegally parked in bike lanes and the lack of enforcement. Since June, parking enforcement officer Kyle Ashley took to two wheels and his @TPS_ParkingPal Twitter … Continue reading

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City of Mississauga Cycling Master Plan Update Underway

by Tammy Thorne ~ note: a shorter version of this story appears in NOW magazine ~  The City of Mississauga wants to know: Does Cycling Move You?

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How many cyclists have to be on Bloor for city councillors to make the bike lane permanent?

Do the numbers matter or is safety still trumped by cars, parking, and attitudes? by Albert Koehl and Chris Caputo Are the number of cyclists on Harbord and Bloor high enough to justify a bike lane on both streets? Are … Continue reading

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Cycle Toronto AGM 2017

On March 30 Cycle Toronto had its annual general meeting to celebrate a year of good work and look ahead to the future of cycling in the GTHA. Cycle Toronto’s Jared Kolb Cycle Toronto AGM 2017 at the Garrison  Story … Continue reading

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