Harbord Street with parking on the right side instead of a continuous bike lane into the University of Toronto. (Photo by Tino)
The bright yellow stencil by the Urban Repair Squad resurfaces after being painted over with tar by city workers last fall.
And as for the separated bike lanes downtown, hope springs eternal:
Sign the separated bike lanes petition if you are interested in seeing a leap forward in appropriate infrastructure for cyclists downtown. Councillor Minnan-Wong, head of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, had presented the idea to the media last month. It's not a done deal by any means since local Councillor Vaughan and residents need to be on side, and some public consultation is already going on to change some streets such as Richmond/Adelaide. The petition calls for pilot projects to being in 2011.