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Bloor West Bikeway Extension

The City of Toronto has posted their official page outlining the project involving the westward extension of the Bloor bike lanes. “In July 2019, the City of Toronto began planning, design and consultation on the Bloor West Bikeway Extension. The … Continue reading

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Danforth Avenue Complete Street and Planning Study

Tonight was the first of six public meetings on a major study of the Danforth launched by the city. It was also promoted by Cycle Toronto as an opportunity to get cyclists’ voices heard to push for bike lanes on … Continue reading

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Nearly one million cyclists a year on the Bloor bike lanes

Our friends at CycleTO recently posted an analysis of city data on the number of cyclists that use the Bloor bike lanes, and came up with the fact that almost one million cyclists use them a year. This makes them one … Continue reading

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Toronto’s lonely Steeles Avenue East bike lane is a telling piece of cycling history

article by Albert Koehl in the Globe and Mail about a bike lane segment stuck out in the northeast corner of the city. Here is a picture of it from the 2016 City of Toronto Cycling Map.

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