I think we can safely say, Toronto is in the midst of a new era for bike improvements. Wait, wait, before you start crying foul (yes, yes, we have a LONG way to go), let's stop and think about all the good that has come over the last few months. Bloor, Simcoe, Bayview, and the … Continue reading New Bike Infrastructure Lately
Month: October 2016
Upgrading the Dundas Street East bike lanes
By Brandon Quigley Sunday, October 16, 2016 We spend a lot of time at Ward 30 Bikes discussing potential new bike lanes and bike routes. As part of the new 10 year cycling network plan, however, the City of Toronto is also looking to identify routes that can be upgraded from painted bike … Continue reading Upgrading the Dundas Street East bike lanes
Woodbine Bike Lanes Approved – First Ever Protected Bike Lane for East End!
City Council met last week and we're thrilled to report that the Woodbine Bike lanes were unanimously approved! Not much in Toronto's cycling world happens unanimously, so this is special!It's also the result of some serious outreach efforts from our friends at Ward 31 and Ward 32 advocacy groups, the efforts of the local councillors … Continue reading Woodbine Bike Lanes Approved – First Ever Protected Bike Lane for East End!