Does particulate matter matter?

Story by Tammy Thorne and Cayley James The benefits of cycling far outweigh the risks. That’s the introductory slide for the summary presentation for new research regarding particulate matter in the bike lane. Last month, U of T professor Marianne … Continue reading

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Air pollution survey for cyclists

Photo by Alix Aylen from her dandy series Exiting Toronto, this photo was taken on the road to Mexico City. Air pollution survey for cyclists being conducted at the University of Toronto A group of researchers led by Professor Marianne … Continue reading

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From the Horse’s Mouth: Nancy Smith Lea, TCAT

From the Horse’s Mouth: Nancy Smith Lea, Director, Toronto Centre for Active Transportation on Complete Streets, More cycling in Scarborough, Bike Lanes on Bloor and Vision Zero

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Bike Spotting Hoskin and Queen’s Park: How do you like the new protected bike lane?

We went bike spotting at the newly separated lanes on Hoskin east of St. George and asked cyclists what they thought of the improvements. The Montréal-style lane has cyclists riding closest to the curb with places where cars can park to … Continue reading

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Bike Spotting at Harbord and St.George: Post-election edition

The election is over, and we have a new Prime Minister, along with many new local representatives. We talked to cyclists at Harbord and St. George for their thoughts in the aftermath of a historic election, and whether they think it’s time for … Continue reading

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