By Michael Holloway, November 29, 2013 11:27 PM As some of you may know, I have been lobbying through my Bike Mapping Wiki Project and elsewhere for several years to get the City to recognize the importance of these kind of off-arterial cycling routes - but most importantly, at every turn on this I have … Continue reading More on Toronto Transportation Cycling Infrastructure Group’s call for YOUR Suggested On-street Routes and Informal Connections
By Michael Holloway, November 28, 2013 10:05 PM Re: Update: Mosley and Leslie Intersection Closure TO: Niki Angelis Community Outreach Officer, Leslie Barns FROM: Michael Holloway Cycle Toronto advocacy group, Ward 30 Bikes (Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com) Thanks Niki, I thought that might be a City thing - thanks for forwarding my observation. Early in the process … Continue reading Feedback to the TTC Leslie Barns Construction Liaison Group (CLG) – Lura Consulting Representative – regarding Bicycle Construction Detours
By Michael Holloway, November 27, 2013 1:32 PM The City of Toronto Transportation "Cycling Infrastructure & Programs Unit" (C.I.P.) wants to map cycling routes that you use to avoid dangerous, grid-locked arterial roadways - or just any route that you use to move around the city. The route you submit might be included on the … Continue reading C.I.P. wants to know YOUR Suggested On-street Routes and Informal Connections!
By Michael Holloway, November 23, 2013 6:49 PM At our November Ward 30 Bikes monthly general meeting it was decided we needed to take all the ideas on the "CycleTO Ward 30 Bikes: Problems/Opportunities" Map (http://goo.gl/maps/Musw4) and turn them into an easy to read list. Here are all the posts on the map list - … Continue reading CycleTO Ward 30 Bikes: Problems/Opportunities Map – a text-list of the entries
By Michael Holloway, November 23, 2013 3:36 PM Ward 30 Bikes member, Michael Holloway's write up concerning bicycle parking in the planning documents for the proposed apartment/retail development at Queen Street East and Winnifred Avenue, Toronto. Originally posted at Facebook Group: "1075 Queen Street East - Residents against the proposed development" - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1075QueenStreetEast/ (edited for … Continue reading Bicycle Parking at 1075 Queen Street East Proposed Development
By Dooner, November 21, 2013 8:27 AM I got my bike when I was living in Edmonton in 2010. I went to the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters’ Society (EBC), a great non-profit that sells and helps people fix up bikes. Someone had just donated a “Giant” brand mountain bike with an aluminum frame in good shape. … Continue reading The Tale of the Giant Boulder