W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s “Protected lanes on Bloor and Danforth could be coming!” action alert email

[Sign up for Cycle Toronto's email updates: https://www.cycleto.ca/civicrm/profile/create?gid=3&reset=1%5D Progress on the Bike Plan has been slow, and City Council is planning what to do next. This is the good opportunity to let them know what you think! In late June, the Infrastructure and Environment Committee (IEC) passed the Cycling Network Plan Update and the 2019 … Continue reading W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s “Protected lanes on Bloor and Danforth could be coming!” action alert email

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Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Jan 07-08, 2019 | 6.6cm snow

By Michael Holloway March 17, 2019 [From social media posts bookmarked between January 8th and 17th] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. The purpose of this project […]

Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Jan 18-20th | 10cm Snow

By Michael Holloway March 13, 2019 [From social media posts bookmarked between January 20th and 27th] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. The purpose of this project … Continue reading Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Jan 18-20th | 10cm Snow

Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Feb 27-28, 2019 | 18.4cm snow

By Michael Holloway March 12, 2019 [Most recent update: March 13, 2019] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. This is a linked list (plus archived content) of … Continue reading Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Feb 27-28, 2019 | 18.4cm snow

Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Feb 10-13, 2019 20cm snow, sleet, freezing rain

By Michael Holloway Feb 18, 2019 [Most recent update: March 18, 2019] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. This is a linked list (plus archived content) of … Continue reading Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Feb 10-13, 2019 20cm snow, sleet, freezing rain

Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Jan 28-29th 26.4cm Snowfall

By Michael Holloway Feb 8, 2019 Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. This is a linked list of social media posts made by cyclist and pedestrian road … Continue reading Winter Maintenance Efficacy Report – Jan 28-29th 26.4cm Snowfall

Count Up Timer – “Jan 28-29, 2019 Snowfall Ended”

By Michael Holloway February 4 2019 Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to snow clearing of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using user posts from Twitter and Facebook. This is an embed of a link to a 'count up timer' which we are … Continue reading Count Up Timer – “Jan 28-29, 2019 Snowfall Ended”

W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s, “Snow in the bike lane? Here’s what to do.

February 1, 2019 Toronto now has a Cycling Snow Routes Network - but is it enough? Read on for our winter cycling advocacy priorities. Dear #BikeTO, When it comes to navigating our streets, if the roads were covered with snow or ice, would you say it’s too dangerous to drive? Of course you would, but … Continue reading W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s, “Snow in the bike lane? Here’s what to do.

W14B publishes CT’s “Richmond, Adelaide, Simcoe cycle tracks are here to stay” email

January 18, 2019 It took five years to get from pilot to permanence. Your donation will help us get more bike lanes built - and quickly. Dear #BikeTO, In case you missed it - yesterday morning, the Infrastructure & Environment Committee voted unanimously to keep the cycle tracks on Richmond, Adelaide and Simcoe. Wait a … Continue reading W14B publishes CT’s “Richmond, Adelaide, Simcoe cycle tracks are here to stay” email