You may have noticed that we've been looking at parking in our ward. Major infrastructure projects like bike lanes on Danforth aren't slated in the city plans for at least another year, so it's something we're working to improve in the interim. Previously we did some work on auditing bike parking in local parks. Last week … Continue reading Bike parking on the Danforth
By Michael Holloway, March 30, 2014 8:15 PM At development meetings I get into trouble advocating for bike parking. What they want to demolish – 1327 Queen East (right) and 1329 Queen East. The houses to the east of this are included in this proposal. They would disappear as well. (Image via The Ashbridge's Neighbourhood … Continue reading "I advocate for "Liveable Cities" Re-development; therefore I advocate for GREAT Bicycle Parking."
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
By Michael Holloway, October 25, 2013 6:39 AM There was lots of 'Bike Amenities' talk at last nights' initial "Dundas/Carlaw Corridor Study" Public Consultation. The meeting was held at 326 Carlaw Avenue in the buildings' 3rd floor Amenity Room - a spacious, open room which looks out through three floor-to-ceiling patio doors onto a large, … Continue reading Bike Infrastructure BIG Talking Point at Public Consultation for Dundas/Carlaw Corridor Planning Study