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
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”
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.
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
Sign up to get Cycle Toronto's Ring & Post in your email inbox every month: https://www.cycleto.ca/civicrm/profile/create?gid=3&reset=1 December, 2018 Happy Holidays from Cycle Toronto! Let's keep riding this winter (Photo: David Keogh) Share your winter biking snaps with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook Contents Standing Committees should represent the whole city We're working to #EndBikeTheft Last-minute gift … Continue reading Ward 14 Bikes republishes Cycle Toronto’s December Ring & Post e-newsletter
By Michael Holloway, November 19, 2018 The next Ward 14 Bikes volunteer meeting is coming up this Wednesday evening: Wednesday, November 21, 2018, 7 p.m. Timothy’s Cafe, Carrot Common (northeast corner of Danforth & Jackman) Everyone is welcome. NOTE: We meet on the third Wednesday of every month. If you can’t make it to this … Continue reading Next volunteer meeting: Wednesday, November 21, 2018
By Michael Holloway, October 21, 2018 3:34 AM When Transportation Division engineers model traffic flows on their computers using massive data-bases, they model traffic across the city that moves as many cars as possible. While that may be appropriate in the areas of the City outside the old City of Toronto that were built for … Continue reading With regard to Transportation Modeling, Toronto & East York Precinct is ‘Special’
By Michael Holloway, October 12, 2018 7:06 AM This is an alphabetically ordered list of all the registered candidates running in new Ward 14: Toronto-Danforth - and the contact information we dug up for them online: (The names of all those who responded have links down to their answers.) Lanrick Bennett - email@example.com Chris Budo … Continue reading Ward Candidate Active Transportation Survey Results
Danforth Bike Count Indicates Huge Demand for Bike Lanes TORONTO - Tuesday, July 3, 2018: A recent Danforth Ave. bicycle count confirms what active transportation advocates have long known: there are thousands of cyclists on the Danforth and the potential for growth with a long-awaited bike lane would send the numbers skyward. A comprehensive bike … Continue reading Media Release – Traffic Count Indicates Huge Demand for Bike Lanes on Danforth
By 29bikes, June 29, 2018 4:47 am It's that time of year again! After an action-packed June and it's time for our annual Bike Month wrap-up party: the East York Canada Day Parade! This will be our ninth time riding in the parade and we're calling all cyclists to join us for the most fun you … Continue reading Ride in the 2018 East York Canada Day Parade!