Bike Month Begins – City Shares Awesome Staff Profiles

Today marks the start of Bike Month!Mayor Tory rode a Bike Share to City Hall to celebrate Bike to Work Day and officially kick of Bike Month. ¬†Our Mayor and our Chief Planner!How was the turnout? ¬†Check out Yonge Street!!https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fgreatergoodstoronto%2Fvideos%2Fvb.1496467863927031%2F1731053247135157%2F%3Ftype%3D3&show_text=0&width=560 Meanwhile the City of Toronto's Planning department unleashed a series of tweet profiling staff who … Continue reading Bike Month Begins – City Shares Awesome Staff Profiles

How to make the Danforth a part of a cycling city (Jane’s Walk): Saturday May 7, 2 pm

The beginning of Bike Month is still a few weeks away but we're starting early with a bike-themed Jane's Walk on Saturday. This one-hour walk, led by Adam Wasserman of Ward 29 Bikes, starts on the Danforth and moves west to Sherbourne. Along the way, we will explore and discuss some of the challenges that … Continue reading How to make the Danforth a part of a cycling city (Jane’s Walk): Saturday May 7, 2 pm

Small victories: button on Lower Don Trail relocated

Photo: Chris ThompsonIf you've ridden along the Lower Don Trail at the Don Roadway recently, you may have noticed a small but significant change. The button to activate the crossing signal on the west side of the Don Roadway, which used to be behind a fence on the north side (the least convenient side for … Continue reading Small victories: button on Lower Don Trail relocated