The countdown to PWIC

As we count down the days to the vote at PWIC on Wednesday October 18, the big news this past week as been the release of the long awaited study of the Bloor bike lane pilot commissioned by the city.

The agenda item for PWIC has a brief summary of the report along with the staff recommendation that the bike lanes be made permanent.


The General Manager, Transportation Services recommends that:

1.  City Council approve maintaining the eastbound and westbound cycle tracks on Bloor Street West, from Shaw Street to Avenue Road, as a permanent installation, including changes to the current design that will improve safety and operations, as part of 2019 Capital Works on Bloor Street West between Bathurst Street and Avenue Road.

City of Toronto information page on the study


TCAT economic impact study

Why Bloor? Why Now? from Metcalf Foundation on Vimeo.

Star Coverage:

CBC Metro Morning interview with Barbara Gray, Head of Transportation Services.

Torontoist: Bloor Street bike lanes and the business of road safety

Dandyhorse: Report shows Bloor business is flourishing with new bike lanes


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