Dec 01-02 Freezing Drizzle, Light Snow 30 hrs – 12.4cm

By Michael Holloway @michaelholloway111 December 6, 2019 (updated Deember 8, 2019 @ 1:32 p.m.) [From social media posts bookmarked starting December 2nd] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to the timely clearing of snow from bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using road user … Continue reading Dec 01-02 Freezing Drizzle, Light Snow 30 hrs – 12.4cm

An Open Letter to Mayor Tory from 32 Spokes and Ward 14 Bikes

[Cross-posted with 32 Spokes] Dear Mayor Tory, We are writing to you on behalf of 32 Spokes, Ward 14 Bikes, and Toronto East Cyclists—safe streets and bike advocacy groups in the east end. According to a recent CBC article, 1100 pedestrians have been hit in Toronto this year alone and 31 have died. The city’s … Continue reading An Open Letter to Mayor Tory from 32 Spokes and Ward 14 Bikes

Lower Don Trail Detour Through Port Lands Flood Protection / Gardiner Rehabilitation Construction Phasing

By Michael Holloway Sunday, November 24, 2019 Having digested all the info I have researched over the last 3 days, and after having completed a comprehensive Riding Site Visit today (Sat, Nov 23, 2019) - here's where I think Ward 14 Bikes' strategic situation sits with regard to cycling connections across the lake front through … Continue reading Lower Don Trail Detour Through Port Lands Flood Protection / Gardiner Rehabilitation Construction Phasing

Nov 11-12 – 22 hours of light snow 13.8cm

By Michael Holloway November 14, 2019 [From social media posts bookmarked starting November 12th] Ward 14 Bikes is tracking the efficacy of City of Toronto Winter Maintenance Operations with regard to the timely clearing of snow from bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure on Toronto roadways using road user posts from Twitter and Facebook. The purpose of … Continue reading Nov 11-12 – 22 hours of light snow 13.8cm

W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s “A recap of the Danforth pop-up …”

Rendering of a possible Danforth created for Cycle Toronto by Perkins + Will Dear [Subscriber's Name], Last weekend, 8 80 Cities held a temporary Vision Zero pop-up at Danforth and Woodbine. The reimagined street included widened sidewalks, increased seating and a play area, a planter-protected bike lane, and slower car traffic. It was great to … Continue reading W14B republishes Cycle Toronto’s “A recap of the Danforth pop-up …”

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

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