More planning planned for 2019 in bike lanes

Looks like another dismal year ahead 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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Vision Zero Comes To Toronto

Image from the City of Toronto  Vision Zero Comes To Toronto  By Taylor Moyle No loss of life is acceptable. This is the mantra behind Vision Zero, an international movement started in Sweden in 1994 to eliminate traffic fatalities. The … Continue reading

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Vision Zero Summit

Image by Jeff Carson  from dandyhorse July 2015 Vision Zero’s approach to infrastructure: Making mobility safe from the start By Andrea Bodkin, HC Link This post is part of a blog series leading up to Canada’s Vision Zero Summit on November … Continue reading

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Motorist to be sentenced in hit and run death of Tom Samson

Tom Samson Motorist to be sentenced in hit and run death of Tom Samson Cyclists urged to attend hearing on Monday, December 21 by Albert Koehl Tom Samson was three years old when his father Uri taught him to ride a … Continue reading

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Pothole Patrol: Call 311 and help make Toronto’s streets safer this spring

A dangerous, rocky ditch along the Queen East streetcar line. Pothole Patrol: How You Can Make Toronto’s Streets Safer It’s that lovely time of year again: the weather’s getting warmer, the snow is getting scarcer, the birds are chirping—but the … Continue reading

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