From Transportation Alternatives, New York. "For the past 40 years, Transportation Alternatives has been demanding (and winning) new bicycle lanes across the city. Now, it’s easier to bicycle than ever before."
The Mayor has jumped onto the traffic congestion crisis bandwagon: "Toronto’s economy loses billions of dollars every year from gridlock and traffic congestion. We need to make the situation better – not worse." (for example, by adding another car lane to Jarvis).
It's hard to keep track of all the new bike shops over the last year or two. Can the Toronto market sustain them all? Is it a sign of a booming bike market? Last year saw:
Going home on Nov 12 west along Bloor.
Disclaimer: No sacred car drivers, blessed pedestrians nor wonderful cyclists were harmed nor endangered during the making of this video. So please just enjoy and don't judge. Thanks.
I am old enough to know what I am doing.